Some compelling evidence, yes, but I've seen nothing that's convincing.
Of course some probably are more easily convinced than others.
Hindu - Abortion is disallowed per religious tenets.
Islam - Abortion is allowed for approximately the first 40 days.
Christians - Mixed; some do allow it, some don't.
Jainism - Not allowed at all to mixed, depending on your source; probably church specific.
Zoroastriansm - Not allowed at all to mixed, depending on your source; probably church specific.
Judaism - Mixed.
It would be unlikely that any American political party would in any way come to be represented in India.
I, for one, would believe in the EU as a valid social economic construction when it imposes a 24 hours work week, decreasing by 1 hour every year until full employment is achieved.
With an equivalent reduction in pay, or with the same pay?
I suspect you mean with no reduction in pay, which begs the question where does that money come from?
Changed their vote to whom? Gary Johnson?
Yes, Trump definitely struck authoritarian tones in his campaign, but Clinton offered nothing in the way of restoring the civil liberties that have been eroded under Obama & Bush. Issues like NSA spying, The Patriot Act, police militarization, etc. never came up as topics in the debates. Furthermore, Clinton wanted to consider Australia-style weapons confiscation, thus destroying the one inalienable Right that survived Bush and Obama relatively unscathed.
If the worst predictions come true, the people of the USA are armed to the teeth and will implement change by force.
Reality must take precedence over public relations, for Mother Nature cannot be fooled. -- R.P. Feynman