November is just a little over four months away and the 2016 presidential election is in full swing, but according to new research from Pew Research Center, Americans are fatigued by the amount of election coverage.
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Approximately 60% of Americans surveyed by Pew are "exhausted" by the amount of election coverage, while 39% say that they like all of the coverage.
For those not following the election closely, 69% say that they are worn out of the coverage, compared to those actively following the election where 41% feel fatigued.
According to Pew, women, whites, independents and young adults express the most exhaustion over the campaign.
Those surveyed felt that there has been too little coverage of the issues facing the U.S. and a surplus in coverage of the candidates' personal lives and comments.
Between party lines, approximately half of Democrats surveyed felt that there has not been enough coverage on the candidates' experience, while only a third of Republican voters felt this way.
However, Pew notes that while people might be tired of the coverage, this does not mean that they are no longer interested in the election.