A poll is not about who Americans will vote for but who they want and who cares about them
A Reuters / Ipso polling, with more than 10,000 respondents, shows the concerns of Americans, whoever the next leader.
The survey also allows us to see what most Americans agree on, even if they disagree with the choice of the next president. The economy is at the center of the concerns.
About 75 percent of respondents said the United States “needs a strong leader to recover the country from the rich and powerful.”
There are still 72% of Americans that the economy is conditioned, so as to give “advantage to the rich and powerful.”
There is also a call to the press, with 76% of respondents considering that the media are more interested in “making money than telling the truth”.