Since 1971, Iowa’s voters have had the first state in who is president, providing Iowans exactly what some predict an outsize impact on the presidential elections.
A few in the country, with its 2.4 million voting-age adults, have acknowledged that which they assert to be their internal thoughts about the cadre of presidential candidates in NBC News’ Election Confessions.
“I can’t vote for some of them!” One composed.
Over 7,000 individuals from around the U.S. have shared about 60,000 confessions regarding the candidates, the nation and its problem. Here are some of the notable confessions in the first-in-the-nation voting country: