More Than a Third of Voters Would Consider Third-Party Candidate

Together with our partners at SSRS we asked an online opinion panel if they are considering voting for a third-party candidate.
0:57 | 08/21/16

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Comes to everything except presidential candidates Americans have the most choices. Still for more things than anyone else in the world like I can walk into a supermarket visual art in America and choose from usually 400 different kinds of yoga. And yet when it comes to selecting America's need a for the next four years you're stuck with true choices. In a retention. And all from. Trevor now on The Daily Show this week in our latest. Pole with a Washington Post says he's on to something 57% of voters say they're dissatisfied with the choice between Clinton and trump 31% very dissatisfied. But is not a real opening for libertarian Gary Johnson are Green Party candidate Jill Stein. Together what our partners at SSRS we asked our online opinion panel if they're considering voting for a third party candidate only 35%. Said yes. That's because almost 60% worried that vote could help elect a candidate they like least. And we'll take that fear to doctor Stein coming up.

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