Survey Shows Skepticism Over 2016 Candidates

As the start of primary season is upon us, many voters seem to be skeptical that any of the leading candidates would make a good president, according to a new study.

The survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center, shows that far more voters think the candidates would make a “terrible than “great” president.

It’s a scary thought!

The center gathered the info from a little more than 2,000 people and found 35% of the voters said Hillary Clinton would make either a good or great president. But MORE voters (44%) believe Clinton would be either poor or terrible as commander in chief.

When asked about Donald Trump, 31% said he would make a good or great president. Again, MORE (52%) think he would make a poor or terrible president.

Now, the center breaks it down more, even naming what voters thought about the other candidates who are not in the lead but the survey does bring up a few good points.

In a 2016 election year, with a slew of candidates, in the general field, why is it that the frontrunners cannot embody what our generation and other generations need? The best representation possible.

Why are these candidates in the lead if the majority of the general public does not feel they would be the best people in the White House?

What type of commander in chief do you think we need right now.