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During the last two presidential elections, pollsters have asked a variety of related questions to gauge whether Americans think the candidates care about them. This month, for example, Quinnipiac asked likely voters whether they think Clinton and Trump care about “average Americans.” By a seven-point margin, they thought she does; and by an eleven-point margin, they thought he does not.
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