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By George Mannes
November 4, 2016

With this historic presidential election just a few short days away, we were curious about where people stand. Not on the most talked about issues—immigration, tax returns, emails, and foundations—but on how the election will impact you in your wallet or pocketbook (or wherever you carry your cash). Money senior editor George Mannes takes to Times Square in New York City to ask people which candidate they think will be better for them financially.

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