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2016 Politicians Who Are Best at Evading Questions

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It's really no surprise that these politicians are good at evading questions. But when it comes to the 2016 candidates for US President, which candidate is the best question dodger, vague answerer, and all around evader of the straight answer? Vote up the politicians you think are the best at dodging questions, be they from journalists or everyday citizens on the campaign trail.

Which of these politicians running for president give the most "political" and vague answers? Leading up to the 2016 election, these career politicians have spent years governing or owning businesses, but it sure seems they also spent some time in "training to evade questions" school.

Politicians evading questions provide some of the most frustrating and entertaining parts of the campaign season, especially when the debates come along. Democrats and Republicans all unite, when it comes to the politicians themselves, because their candidates are constantly dodging questions. Watching Hillary Clinton AND Jeb Bush try to talk their way out of controversies or hard-hitting news questions is something that voters of any party or political beliefs can expect to see a lot of in the 2016 presidential election.

No matter who ends up becoming the 45th President of the United States, he or she will probably dodge the tough questions throughout their campaigns. Which candidate is a known question dodger? Which of these political superstars do you want a straight answer from, once and for all? Cast your votes below and head to the comments section to discuss the worst question dodges of the 2016 campaign.
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    625
    242

    Ted Cruz

    Republican Party
  • 2
    748
    302

    Hillary Clinton

    Democratic Party
  • 3
    634
    296

    Donald Trump

    Republican Party
  • 4
    591
    354

    Bernie Sanders

    Democratic Party
  • 5
    278
    165

    Marco Rubio

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on March 15, 2016
  • 6
    230
    129

    Rand Paul

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on February 3, 2016
  • 7
    173
    96

    Martin O'Malley

    Democratic Party
    Ended campaign on February 1, 2016
  • 8
    217
    133

    Rick Perry

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on September 11,2015
  • 9
    250
    165

    Carly Fiorina

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on February 10, 2016
  • 10
    169
    113

    Rick Santorum

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on February 3, 2016
  • 11
    233
    180

    Jeb Bush

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on February 20, 2016
  • 12
    95
    70

    Bobby Jindal

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on November 17, 2015
  • 13
    110
    94

    Lindsey Graham

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on December 21, 2015
  • 14
    145
    135

    George Pataki

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on December 30, 2015
  • 15
    58
    66

    Lincoln Chafee

    Democratic Party
    Ended campaign on October 23, 2015
  • 16
    119
    165

    Mike Huckabee

    Republican Party
    Ended campaign on February 1, 2016