Wednesday, October 19, 2016


A last minute scan of the media prior to tonight’s debate can be summed up in  this Rasmussen report:  “Nearly half of voters still say their choice this presidential election will be the lesser of two evils, although Trump supporters feel that way more strongly than Clinton voters do. Fortunately for both major party candidates who have been beset with questions about their honesty and integrity, most voters put their policy positions ahead of their character.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 45% of Likely U.S. Voters consider the choice between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump a choice they are excited about, up slightly from 41% in March. But 48% still say they will be voting for the lesser of two evils, little changed from the 51% who felt that way in the previous survey.”

Here are three opinions on what will be the debates key points:

The New York Times ( )

If we can believe the “Scholastic “ in its survey of students which it has conducted since 1964 and has always predicted the election results Hilary will win in a landslide 55% to Trump’s 38%. Take it for what it is worth but kids tend to reflect what they hear at home.

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