Voters Unsatisfied with Presidential Choices
A recent survey shows that only 54 percent of American voters say that they are very or fairly satisfied with their presidential choices.
40 percent told the Pew Research Center-Washington Post pollsters that they're not too or not at all satisfied.
Democrats showed more satisfaction with their candidate than Republicans, while independents rounded out the group with only a 45 percent satisfaction rating.
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