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WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (Xinhua) -- Confidence in either U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump or his Democratic counterpart Hillary Clinton being a good president continues to remain low, as was the case earlier this year, a Pew Research Center poll said on Thursday.


Just 27 percent of registered voters think Trump would make a good or great president, while 55 percent say the bellicose New York billionaire developer would be either poor or terrible president.


Opinions about Clinton are not as negative, but still only 31 percent registered voters say Clinton would be a good or great president. As many as 45 percent voters say Clinton would be a poor or terrible president.


Also, the poll found that large shares of voters worry that there is distinct possibility that if elected, either nominee would make a serious mistake that would damage the country, with 55 percent registered voters saying that Trump has a "big chance" and 44 percent saying the same about Clinton.


Meanwhile, supporters of Trump and Clinton diverge on how their life has become and where the country is heading for.


According to the national poll, Trump supporters overwhelmingly believe that life in the country is worse that it was half a century ago "for people like them," with 81 percent holding such opinion, compared with only 11 percent saying life has gone better.


The majority of Clinton's supporters take the opposite view, with 59 percent of them saying that life for people like them "has gone better" over the past five decades. About one in five Clinton's supporters think life has gotten worse and another 18 percent see little change.


As to the future generation's prospects, most Trump backers are pessimistic, with 68 percent saying that life for their children will be worse than today.


Clinton's supporters hold mixed expectations, with 38 percent being optimistic, compared with 30 percent who say life for the next generation will be worse.


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After leading China into the last 8 of the World Cup in Canada, Hao was rumored to leave the post of head coach for Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande. And Hao, who had coached the team for more than three years air jordan 11 win like 82 mens for sale , confirmed it after the last match of East Asian Cup.


"I have been feeling tangled during the tournament, I want to win the games. I feel my ability is not strong enough and I want to enrich my knowhow and to have a good coach for further study," said Hao.


On his possible successor, Hao said that he had no recommendation, saying that "Thanks to my teams and the Chinese Football Association air jordan 11 win like 82 378037-123 , I hope they could find a good coach to help the players."


NAKURU, Kenya, May 30 (Xinhua) -- Lucy Kemunto, a Kenyan mother of five children, knows no other place to eke out a living from other than a quarry.


From 8 am to 4 pm air jordan 11 win like 82 mens shoes , she has devoted all her efforts towards breaking lumps of stones at the Soweto quarry in the rural village of Lare, Nakuru County.


Even if it rains or the sun rays turn hot, she cannot abandon the strenuous job since her children must have food to eat, clothes to wear and writing materials for their studies.


But to fill one wheelbarrow of gravel is not an easy task for her. Her way of doing it faster and thus earn more money is finding a helping hand in her daughter, who is a few weeks shy from 13 years.


"This is not something I would wish my daughter to do cheap air jordan 11 win like 82 , but I do not have any other choice. It is hard work and sometimes you feel so much pain on the chest," Kemunto told Xinhua Friday ahead of the International Children's Day.


Kemunto, who dropped out of school due to poverty, said she cannot get a better job since she lacks skills to secure a well- paid job. As her daughter heaves under a heavy hammer to smash a lump of stone, Kemunto informs her that she wants her to work hard in school and have a good life.


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"When they grow older and I find myself still here, they will join me," says Kemunto air jordan 11 win like 82 mens , adding that she is always concerned of the dust they inhale, which affects their breathing, but finds herself in a hopeless situation as the quarry is her only source of income.


Across Kenya, riddled with high levels of poverty especially in the rural areas, children under the age of sixteen form part of the hard labor.


With parents who hardly have enough to meet their basic needs jordan 11 win like 82 clearance , the children find their way to farms, domestic work, quarries and even industries.


As such, Kemunto's daughter is among the thousands of children in the country who have been forced to take rather harmful and dangerous jobs to either feed or raise school fees for themselves.


Kenya's Constitution upholds provision of quality life for children. However, the high levels of poverty in more than 46 percent of the households stands in the way to giving the children safe shelter jordan 11 win like 82 mens for sale , comfortable clothing, quality education and proper medical care.


Even though Kemunto wishes she would let her daughter focus on her studies, the trouble of feeding the rest of her siblings leaves the mother with a disturbing choice: recruiting the school- going daughter into her workforce.


"Poverty is an enemy to observing children's rights in Kenya," says Bernard Obutu, a children's lawyer.

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