Clinton speaks next to Women’s World Cup football champion and Olympic gold medalist Megan Rapinoe. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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M ost American voters are unenthusiastic at best about the 2016 field of presidential candidates in both parties.Among all registered voters, 63 percent say they wouldn't consider voting for Trump and half say the same about Clinton. About one-fifth of those surveyed say they'd either probably or definitely vote for a third-party candidate if Trump and Clinton are the nominees.Trump fares even worse among Republican voters, with 19 percent saying they'd be enthusiastic, 19 percent satisfied, 20 percent neutral, 25 percent disappointed and 16 percent angry.Nearly 7 in 10 Americans have an unfavorable view of Trump, nearly 6 in 10 have an unfavorable view of Cruz and a majority – 55 percent – have an unfavorable view of Clinton, according to the poll.Americans are fairly evenly divided on Kasich, with 34 percent expressing a favorable view and 31 percent an unfavorable one.
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