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Country music fans describe race between Trump and Hillary in one word

Posted at 11:49 AM, Nov 02, 2016

Even country music has not escaped the drama of this year's presidential election. 

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Artists have been involved on both sides of the aisle from Dolly Parton clarifying her comments about supporting Hillary Clinton if she became president (versus endorsing her to become president) to Chris Janson playing "Trump Yeah" at the Republican National Convention, a spin on the hit "Truck Yeah" he wrote for Tim McGraw.

We didn't want to bog down the stars with political questions at The 50th Annual CMA Awards though (especially when you could have a chance for Luke Bryan to m-o-v-e instead), so we hit the streets to ask country music fans their thoughts on the presidential election. 

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The one most frequently used word by country music fans? Ridiculous. 

Have a better word? Tell us in the comments. 

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