Pew poll: Most voters frustrated disgusted with 2016 election


Alike if their adopted applicant wins, a new poll appear Wednesday begin that supporters of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will feel added abatement than excitement. The allegation from the Pew Research Center appear boundless disenchantment against this year s presidential challenge amid American voters. Majorities of voters say they are balked (57%) and disgusted (55%) with the campaign, dwarfing those who say they are absorbed (31%), optimistic (15%) and aflame (10%). Those blood-warm attitudes alike extend to backers of the two above affair nominees. Only 25% of Clinton supporters say they would feel aflame if she were to win. There was little added activity amid Trump supporters; aloof 28% would be aflame if the GOP appointee triumphs in November. But abounding added Clinton supporters, 68%, say they would feel adequate if she were to win. Ditto for Trump supporters, 61% of whom say they would additionally feel abatement if he wins. According to Pew, a bald 11% of voters all-embracing say they would feel aflame if Trump were to win, around the aforementioned cardinal (12%) who would be aflame if the above secretary of accompaniment is victorious. The chase amid Clinton and Trump represents a action amid two of the atomic admired above affair candidates in history, and Pew s allegation are hardly the aboriginal to appearance that voters are abundantly aghast with both. A Washington Post/ABC News poll aftermost ages begin Clinton and Trump to be the two best abhorred presidential candidates in decades. The Pew Research Center address is based on a accidental sample of 3,941 registered voters who are associates of the Center s American Trends Panel. Respondents took the analysis amid August 16 and September 12 online or by mail, and were originally recruited via nationally adumbrative blast surveys. Results amid registered voters accept a allowance of sampling absurdity of 2.6 allotment points.

Both comments and pings are currently closed.