We discuss how the US presidential race stands just days before the election result
This year’s election campaigns for the US Presidency and Congress have surprised all the experts.
Insurgent campaigns by Donald Trump on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders among the Democrats attracted unexpected support, and shifted the centre point of the ongoing political debate. For the first time in US history a major party chose a woman, Hillary Clinton, as its presidential nominee.
The Presidency, the US Senate and the US House are all being vigorously contested, and all results matter.
As these events approach their climax this debate, moderated by pioneering pollster and Founder of MORI (Market and Opinion Research International) Sir Robert Worcester, and featuring speakers from Republicans Overseas and Democrats Abroad will shed light on the situation just a few days before the US election.
Sponsored by the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library in collaboration with Benjamin Franklin House
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