Election Special: What Do Tourists Think of the 2016 Presidential Race? | KCET
Election Special: What Do Tourists Think of the 2016 Presidential Race?
Part of our analysis on how the world views the U.S. presidential elections. Watch the full episode here.
The "Mosaic" team spoke with international tourists visiting the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles and Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, to ask what they think about the candidates in the 2016 presidential election. See what tourists from Canada, Singapore, France, Czech Republic, and China had to say.
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