More than 40 Percent of Americans Cannot Name VP Candidates

Together with our partners at SSRS we asked an online opinion panel their opinions on the upcoming vice presidential debate.
0:41 | 10/02/16

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Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator you're no Jack Kennedy who I am I. Why am I here. It's emotional mark. And why that's so does not a single thing you said is that. TV debates almost always produce some memorable moments but how much do they matter well this year may be less than ever. And our partners at SSRS we found the more than 40% of the country isn't sure who the running mates are. Only 64% say they're gonna watch on Tuesday and only 10% say could have a major impact on their vote far less than the presidential debate.

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