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The Wall Street Journal TV Commercial, '2016 Presidential Election'

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The Wall Street Journal interviewed real people about the 2016 Presidential Election and found most people were shocked by the results. However, WSJ's Editor in Chief believes its subscribers were more prepared for either outcome due to its objective and informative election coverage. Figures from the Pew Research Center indicate the Wall Street Journal is more trusted than any other news source across the political spectrum, and the WSJ is proud to offer a comprehensive analysis of political happenings for less than one dollar a day.

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2016 Presidential Elections
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Donald Trump
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