“The whole framework of the presidency is getting out of hand. It’s come to the point where you almost can’t run unless you can cause people to salivate and whip on each other with big sticks. You almost have to be a rock star to get the kind of fever you need to survive in American politics.” Hunter Thompson, Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72 The 2016 presidential election has been defined by the unpopularity of each candidate. A week prior to the election Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s enthusiasm gap is now a wide chasm of of general disapproval, even amongst supporters of each candidate.Data acquired and analyzed by political data firm L2 Political articulates just how upset voters are with each candidate. “Based on recommendations from consultants and political scientists we chose to examine this gap by determining voters’ views of Hillary Clinton’s trustworthiness and their comfort level supporting Donald Trump,” said L2 spokesperson Paul Westcott. SEE: Infographic: IT budget creators say security is a top challenge and priority (Tech Pro Research report)L2’s votermapping tool, built on HaystaqDNA, is a lightning-fast database of 265 million US voter and consumer records, and allows campaigns and corporate clients… Read full this story
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