Less than six months out from the November election, most Americans (77.8%) are already tired of it and wish it was over. Regarding the media coverage they have heard to date, 31.5% feel the media favored Obama in their coverage during the primaries. Only 10.4% say the media favored Clinton.
Other key findings:
With the economy weighing on Americans' minds it may not only affect their vote in November, but also their campaign contributions in the interim. 36.5% say they will give less contributions to political candidates this year.
Regarding gas prices, 52.9% think the U.S. government should open the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) for drilling...71.6% of Republicans and 46.4% of Democrats agree.
Americans are using all forms of media more frequently than in 2004 getting information on the candidates for the Election, with television (62.9%) being the preferred medium followed by the Internet (45.9%) and newspaper (43.4%).