With voters wary of Trump and Clinton, where are the third party votes?

7/12/2016 - Professor of Political Science Walter Stone in The Christian Science Monitor.

Polling suggests presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton are the least popular nominees since 1992, when independent Ross Perot captured nearly 20 percent of the vote.

But this time around, no other candidates are polling above 10 percent, leaving voters with just two candidates who appear nationally competitive.

Read the full story in The Christian Science Monitor.