debate. >> i'm adam smith. tonight we have a debate from two of the brightest stars from the most important political area of the country. congressman david jolly, republican, and former governor charlie crist, democrat. >> the debate rules are as follows. when a candidate is asked a question, he will have 60 seconds to answer. the opposing candidate will then have 30 seconds to respond. answers will be timed. at the end of each segment we'll have a lightning round where the candidates will answer a series of questions with a few words or one sentence. >> let's get right to it. charlie crist, you know we have a zika crisis in florida. particularly south florida. we have a case in piniella county. congress has been unwilling or inept to do anything so far. what would you do differently than david jolly to get some relief from washington? mr. crist: i want to thank you and the tampa bay times. i want to thank channel 10 as well as st. petersburg college. it's a very serious issue, sdoig. you know, when you look at what's happening across the state of florida right now, you're right.
important in at close race. and in the state of florida,l adam smith of the tampa bay times reported that, in the state of florida, donald trump has one field office.ff mitt romney had 48 in 2012.20 hillary clinton has 50 as of today, and donald trump has only one. this is one area where his campaign is not really competitive. >> sreenivasan: david brooks, the trump campaign will probably say we're doing pretty well considering we only have one. >> that's true in the polls. and i do think, if you look at the ground game, i think the marginal effect on the race is probably 2%, 3% points, which is significant, given that most states will be close. i think tvat ads are about the same. so we're shifting sort of on the margin here, at least in a normal race. this race has been far from normal and i think basically, i'll quote peter hart, he made the point the majority of people don't want to vote for trump, they just have to prove they can live with hillary clinton. if she can prove she's livable with, she can rack up a victory, but she hasn't done that. her popularity rates are sinking, and i
of most economists, who have argued since adam smith that trade is the key to economic growth by spurring competition and thus lowering prices, and arguing that in our era, technology replaces jobs, not cheap foreign labor. >> but as we went into the 2000s, with the rise of china, the situation changed.t >> reporter: it's what economish gordon hanson learned from a soon-to-be published academic study he co-authored: that chinese imports really did hurt u.s. wages and employment, but selectively. >> what we were surprised by was that those effects were not distributed kind of broadly and evenly across blue collar workers in the united states, but really concentrated on industries and workers and communities that produce goods that compete in the same arenasi that china does. >> reporter: clothes, furniture, low-end electronics, in blue- collar strongholds and keyco battleground states likett pennsylvania and ohio. >> those workers in those regions are the losers of globalization in the unitedse states. >> reporter: you look as if you're a painting from the 1950 or something, and t
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