The favorability issue gripping the US biparty system in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election originates from selection of the candidates by inside groups that are detached from the real people, an analyst suggests.
Sweden-based writer and investigative journalist Christopher Bollyn made the comment in the wake of polls showing the major candidates in both Parties, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, might be least favorite candidates in the history of the US elections.
Lesser of two evils
According to the latest NBC News/SurveyMonkey tracking poll which was published on Tuesday, 37 percent of the participants said they “dislike” Clinton while 39 percent had the same feeling about Trump.
In terms of support among voters, the democratic hopeful led the GOP’s presumptive nominee by a small 4-point margin, 47 percent to 43 percent.
According to Bollyn, like many other elections, this one is also about “choosing between the lesser of two…