vendredi 4 novembre 2016

Les électeurs américains divisés sur les notions de démocratie et de respect à la veille de l'élection (Pew Research Center)


Petit topo bien intéressant à consulter alors qu'il ne reste que quatre jours avant le vote.

 Un extrait:

"Donald Trump is widely seen as having little or no respect for Muslims, women, Hispanics and blacks. Moreover, 56% of registered voters say that Trump has little or no respect for the “nation’s democratic institutions and traditions,” compared with 43% who say he has a great deal or fair amount of respect for democratic institutions and traditions.

Far more voters think Hillary Clinton respects women, minorities and the nation’s democracy. And nearly twice as many describe Clinton as “well-qualified” than say that about Trump (62% vs. 32%). Yet concerns over Clinton’s honesty persist, and just 35% say that, if elected, she would make a good or great president; even fewer (27%) think Trump would make a good or great president. These views have changed little over the course of the campaign."

http://www.people-press.org/2016/10/27/as-election-nears-voters-divided-over-democracy-and-respect/

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