More Than 40 Percent of Americans Cannot Name Either VP Candidate


ABC News reported:
Ahead of the first and only vice presidential debate of the 2016 race, more than 40 percent of Americans cannot name the vice presidential nominee of either major party.

ABC News together with our partners at SSRS survey research firm asked an online opinion panel about the upcoming debate between Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, which takes places Tuesday at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

Asked to identify Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's running mates, 41 percent of respondents could not correctly name the GOP's vice presidential nominee and 46 percent were unsure of the name of the Democratic vice presidential nominee