Earth & Conservation

What The World Thinks Of The U.S. Election

The 2016 election is not only creating conversations in the U.S., but all around the world. What do non-Americans think about the U.S. election?

For most Americans, Tuesday Nov. 8th can't come soon enough. The 2016 Election has been one of the most divided in recent history, and subsequently one of the most stressful. But outside the U.S. there seems to be less controversy over the two candidates, and more of a shock at how things got this crazy in the first place.

Seeker Daily reached out to several people from countries around the world to find out what non-Americans think of the 2016 Election. Jackie Koppell has their answers in today's Seeker Daily video.

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The Washington Post: Here's What People Around the World Think of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

The Los Angeles Times: Here's What the World Thinks of Hillary Clinton's Historic Candidacy