New York Times/CBS News Poll: voters disgusted over US politics
Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are seen by a majority of voters as unlikely to bring the country back together after the upcoming election, New York Times.
According to the final pre-election New York Times/CBS News Poll, majority of voters are disgusted by the state of American politics.
More than eight in 10 voters said the ongoing campaign has left them repelled rather than excited.
Poll showed the Democratic candidate Clinton and the Republican rival Trump are seen as dishonest and viewed unfavorably by a majority of voters.
In a head-to-head race, Clinton's advantage has narrowed since mid-October, yet keeping ahead in the survey because of a commanding advantage among women and nonwhite voters.
She has the support of 45 percent of likely voters while Mr. Trump has 42 percent. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian nominee, has slipped to 5 percent, and Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate, is at 4 percent.