POLL DU JOUR
92 percent of U.S. voters say there was “more mudslinging than usual” in the 2016 presidential campaign.
73 percent say there was less attention paid to discussion of issues in the campaign than previous elections.
57 percent say news organizations had “too much influence” on the election.
45 percent say the press was “too easy on Hillary Clinton”; 27 percent say the press was too easy on Donald Trump.
21 percent said the press was “too tough” on Mrs. Clinton; 39 percent say the press was too tough on Mr. Trump.
Source: A Pew Research Center poll of 1,254 registered U.S. voters conducted Nov. 10-14.
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