As we head into the New Year, share your prediction for the 2016. Who will be the major party presidential nominees? Will Republicans maintain control of Congress? Will Iran uphold the agreement reached this year? Weigh in!
Who will be the Republican presidential nominee?
Who will be the Democratic presidential nominee?
Who will be the first candidate to drop out of the presidential race in 2016?
Will the Republican primary fight end with a brokered convention in July?
Will Donald Trump run as an independent if he loses the GOP nomination?
Which party will win the White House in November?
Which party will control Congress?
How many new members of Congress will there be after the election?
Will Paul Ryan be re-elected Speaker of the House after the November election?
What will be the key issue in the 2016 campaign?
Will there be another terrorist attack on U.S. soil?
Will ISIS expand its territorial control in Iraq and Syria?
How will Vladimir Putin's influence change?
Will Iran abide by the terms of the nuclear agreement?
What will be President Obama's biggest agenda item in his final year in office?
Will the Supreme Court uphold Obama's executive action on immigration that stops the deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants?
Will any progress be made on the push for gun violence reform?
After a year of police-involved shootings being in the news, will any reforms be passed to curb shootings by law enforcement or improve community-police relations?
Where will the stock market end 2016?
How much will the Fed raise interest rates in 2016?
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