Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (L) speaks during the second presidential debate with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Washington University in St. Louis, the United States, Oct. 9, 2016. [Photo: Xinhua/Yin Bogu]
With this year's U.S. election just a day or so away, many American voters are still apparently struggling to decide between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.
Neither of them appears to be a suitable candidate for a good portion of the public, as polls suggest that both candidates' dissatisfaction rates were at over 60 percent.
Some voters called it a choice of the lesser evil, while others say they are just not going to vote.
"It is scary. This election, we're probably the laughingstock around the world. How did Trump get this far with all the nonsense he says about women and everybody else?"
On the other hand, voters voiced equal disappointment in the Democratic nominee, Hilary Clinton.
"My family is very Democratic but I don't particularly agree with what Hilary is going for. She kind of reminds me of a scary human being. I'm kind of frightened by her. So at this point I'm kind of deciding if I am going to vote or not. It's a very big conflict."
The outcome of the presidential election will be revealed on Tuesday.
A recent survey by the American Psychological Association shows that 52 percent of the Americans are stressed about the 2016 presidential election.