The US presidential elections: The unfavourability predicament

On September 26, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet for their first presidential debate. The previous presidential elections were about hope around the transformative candidature of Barack Obama. This time around US electorate seems to be anxious and angry. According to an ABC News/Washington Post poll, Trump and Clinton are the most unfavoured candidates in the past 30 years. The Poll noted that Trump is viewed unfavourably by 63% voters whereas Clinton is viewed unfavourably by 56%. It appears that the least unfavourable candidate will win this election. The growing disquiet in the US politics is a consequence of failure to co-opt increasing diversity of political views and mistakes of party leadership.

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