US Presidential elections

United Kingdom
December 16, 2015 5:24pm CST
Here in the UK the race to become prime Minister seems rather bland compared to the Presidential race in the USA. How do people in America view this race, is it like a soap opera or is it taken deadly seriously all the way through?
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@TheHorse (70868)
• Pleasant Hill, California
16 Dec 15
I have a hard time taking any American politicians very seriously. Trump is popular because he says what many people only think but dare not say. But is he really presidential material? I think not.
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@Auntylou (4318)
• Oxford, England
17 Dec 15
It would drive me mad to be hearing so much electioneering for so long. I like how candidate spending is curbed over here
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@fishtiger58 (30320)
• Momence, Illinois
17 Dec 15
Although I keep my political views to myself I will say that this race is interesting to say the least. We haven't had good choice in many many years, and this year is shaping up to be the same. This of course is my opinion.
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@veganbliss (3901)
• Adelaide, Australia
21 Dec 15
Really? No one here cares one bit who our next US illuminati-controlled imperialist overlord will be. The Only thing worth a damn is if Jeremy Corbyn becomes Prime Minister. That is a game-changer. Nothing else matters. When over ten thousand Brits in one weekend signed up for Labour Party Membership the moment he became Labour Leader, seeing an election result other than Jem Corbyn as Prime Minister, I'd be the the first to call it "rigged"!
• Canada
17 Dec 15
I think Sanders is a candidate unlike the others. He actually means what he says.