Voters are really at a dead end. Gallop tells us that most Americans think the federal government does too much. (Federal government should do more = 41%; is doing too much 54%.)
Those stats cause Investors.com to offer this advice:
Before November, voters need to ask themselves why, if they really think government is too big and does too much, they should vote for a candidate who promises to make today's obese government seem anorexic by comparison.
Why do voter keep putting Democrats in office when Democrats are the party of big government?
Well, the truth is, Republicans aren't much better. Donald Trump was a blank slate in the beginning to most of his supporters, and they painted him the way they thought he should be. Unfortunately, he's no more small-government than his Democrat opponent.
In fact, the same can be said for most of the Republicans in office, too. We are left focusing on issues the candidates want voters focused on, whether it's building walls or groping women.