Global Anxiety Over The U.S. Election

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turns to the American flag at a campaign rally in Sterling Heights, Mich. on Nov. 6, 2016.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turns to the American flag at a campaign rally in Sterling Heights, Mich. on Nov. 6, 2016. Paul Sancya / Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turns to the American flag at a campaign rally in Sterling Heights, Mich. on Nov. 6, 2016.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turns to the American flag at a campaign rally in Sterling Heights, Mich. on Nov. 6, 2016. Paul Sancya / Associated Press

Global Anxiety Over The U.S. Election

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Reports from around the world reveal significant nervousness about tomorrow’s U.S. Presidential election. 

Global markets have fluctuated, at times wildly, based on comments from and news about the candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 

We get observations on global anxiety about the presidential election from a political expert who has spent time abroad recently. Kitty Kurth is president of Kurth/Lampe, a political consulting firm. Her work takes her to countries like Ethiopia, Indonesia and Latvia. 

Kurth shares why Swedish children told her that the U.S. election literally keeps them up at night.