Nov 9, 2016 5:31 PM
MANCHESTER — On this rainy day after the election, NH1 News canvassed voters in downtown Manchester to find out how they felt about Donald Trump's victory.
"I wasn't happy at all. I'm very disappointed, but what can I do as just one person?" asked Jess Douglas.
"There are a lot of my friends who feel personally affected, including those in the gay community and the disabled. I think it brought a lot of things forward that there are things that need to be fixed in the country," said Genevieve Santiago.
We also found voters who are pleased with the results of the presidential election.
"I think he'll change the country. I'm glad," said Tammy Ballam as she waited for a downtown bus.
Robb Watt voted for Hillary Clinton and he hopes the outcome of the election will help democrats make some major changes in their policies.
"My hope is this will reinvigorate the democratic party and make them pay more attention to the electorate instead of simply pushing their own agenda," said Watt.
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