Voters Concerned About Candidates: 69% Worried With Trump’s Comments, 64% Uneasy About Hillary’s Private Email Server
Guess what? The 2016 presidential election has two flawed candidates! Of the over 324,000,000 people in the grand United States of America, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are our two choices for the next president. So it would be no surprise that voters (Even from their own respected political parties) have concerns about both candidates.
In a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 1,000 registered voters were asked what they are most concerned about both candidates. The results show that 69% of voters have anxiety about Trump’s comments and language on women, immigrants, and Muslims. There were 66% worried that Trump did not have the right temperament to be commander-in-chief.
However, Hillary is not without her own blemishes because 64% of voters say they are uneasy with Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. There was also 62% of voters troubled about Clinton’s judgment and handling of Syria, Iraq, and Libya.
Other issues with the candidates include Trump’s praise of Vladimir Putin and the GOP candidate not releasing his tax records. Others were bothered by Hillary’s use of the term “deplorables” and are worried about Clinton’s recent health issues.
Only 47 days until the 2016 presidential election.