Clearly none of the current US presidential candidates meet with broad approval across the population, for one of the most important jobs in the world.. But does that change how anyone votes in the US? Or does everyone pretty much vote with the republican or democrat candidate regardless of who they actually are? I'm not talking about the 5% of swing voters, but people who would self-associate themselves as republican, or democrat. What percentage of those would consider voting for the 'other candidate' if they felt they would make a better president?