When Donald Trump won most of the Republican presidential primaries and caucuses on Super Tuesday, the prospect of the former reality-TV star taking the oath of office in January became a little bit less theoretical. That notion apparently prompted a surge in Google searches for the phrase “how to move to Canada,” which got 350 percent more popular as Tuesday evening went on.

Of course, this is hardly a new trope of U.S. politics. People swore publicly that they’d flee the country if George W. Bush was reelected in 2004 (in the case of many Democrats, who will mostly still be around to vote this fall) or if the Affordable Care Act became law in 2010 (in the case of Rush Limbaugh, who still lives in Palm Beach, Fla.). Only the tiniest fraction of those who threaten to quit the country actually do it.

But if the idea of President Trump seems like too much to bear, here’s a guide to where in the world you may want to claim asylum, depending on what, specifically, you dislike most about him.

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