63% of Americans say presidential campaign is interesting, 28% say it’s dull


A new Pew Research poll finds that 63% of the public says the presidential campaign is interesting, while 28% say it is dull. Last month, 53% found the campaign interesting.

From January through June, majorities said the campaign was dull, and no more than about four-in-ten found it interesting.



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