Alas, it's probably unlikely that Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination, although he does still have a genuine fighting chance if he can follow up his sensational Michigan victory with some good results tonight. For a bit of fun, let's suppose that he does make it through, and that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee. I'm sure I'm not alone in wondering - what would Stephen Daisley do if he had a vote? That's the subject of today's readers' poll.
There's not much doubt that Daisley would vote for Hillary Clinton given half a chance - she's like Liz Kendall with charisma, and that's a heady combination for our Stephen. But could he bring himself to vote for Sanders over a madman like Trump? Let's consider the evidence...
1) Stephen thought that Jeremy Corbyn becoming Labour leader, on a very similar platform to Sanders, was a catastrophe on a par with the Black Death.
2) In a series of bizarre tweets a couple of weeks ago, Stephen seemed to indicate support for "constitutional originalism". In other words, he thinks justices on the US Supreme Court should not interpret the constitution as a living document that adapts with the times, but should treat each word and phrase in the precise way that was intended in the 18th century. That suggests he would prefer the sort of conservative justices that a Republican president might appoint, rather than the liberal justices that even Clinton might appoint.
3) In a jaw-dropping article published on the STV website in the wake of the Paris attacks, Stephen seemed to strongly hint that the torture of terror suspects might be morally acceptable in some circumstances. Donald Trump has of course expressed his support for waterboarding, and for targeting the families of terrorists.
Using your skill and judgement, I want you to guess what Stephen would do if he had a vote in a hypothetical Sanders v Trump contest. You'll find the voting form at the top of the sidebar (desktop version of the site only).