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The U.S. election has left a lot of us feeling battered and bruised. While the dust is settling on Donald Trump getting the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, those on the left may be looking for an out before the president-elect takes up his campaign trail promises. Those on the right, meanwhile, may want to flee before a recount threatens to upend the whole process.

Either way, the clock is ticking, and with January 20, 2017, fast approaching, it’s time to come up with an exit strategy, fast. With 194 other countries on the map, knowing where to go is a tough call, especially when considering your own party politics. Fear not! Whether you’re a tie-dyed-in-the-wool Bernie supporter, or a Second Amendment enthusiast, there’s a place for you to call home (even if only temporarily).

Take our quiz to find out where you could end up being a political refugee next year. And if the results don’t suit you, you can always ask for a recount.

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