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Poll: What has been the biggest upset in 2016?
Leicester winning the premier league (189)
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Britain voting for Brexit (329)
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USA voting for Trump (598)
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Honey G winning the X Factor (tbc.) (102)
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Sometimes, but at least everyone remembers me :lol: #Moooose
it's so cute :love:
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Yes that's true, for some reason every time you put #Moooose at the end of a post I laugh so much!
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I'm glad it makes you happy #Moooose
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it's so cute :love:
Thanks beautiful :lovie: #Moooose
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Thanks beautiful :lovie: #Moooose
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Trump of course! Brexit will be the best thing that has happened to Britian!
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Leicester only scores 20%? Seriously? There were only two options for the EU and for the US president.
The question asks what the biggest upset was. Far more people were upset by a Trump presidency and brexit than Leicester winning, as not every one follows football. In the USA, half the population is upset at a Trump presidency. California may also exit the US... It has upset the population of the UK and the EU too. On sheer numbers, Trump has caused the most upset. The thread didn't ask about probabilities.
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Not sure why Trump's election is at 50% and Leicester winning the Prem only at about 15%. Leicester were 5000/1 at the start of the season and I've seen at least one person with a betting slip where Trump's odds were as short as 4/1 to win the presidency.
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The question asks what the biggest upset was. Far more people were upset by a Trump presidency and brexit than Leicester winning, as not every one follows football. In the USA, half the population is upset at a Trump presidency. California may also exit the US... It has upset the population of the UK and the EU too. On sheer numbers, Trump has caused the most upset. The thread didn't ask about probabilities.
CA is about as likely to leave the Union as Wyoming: it's a few butthurt liberals crying that they lost with no wide support behind them.

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The thread didn't ask about probabilities.
Maybe you don't know the phrase, but "upset" has a probabilistic sense too (i.e. upset the bookies).
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Trump.

Him running for presidency was such a laugh at first but him winning has shown as that anything can happen in life and not in a good way. If Trump can win the presidency in 2016 then I'm fully preparing myself for 2020's new president and First Lady to be Kayne West and Kim Kardashian.

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Hey! Hillary still has chance to win. Go vote for her! December 19th. :-)

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