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Poll finds most GOP voters see Romney as nominee

Looks like most Republicans think the race for the party's presidential nominatino is over. A new survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, conducted April 5-8, found 74 percent of GOP and GOP-leaning voters said...
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Pew Survey: Just 18% of Hispanics Following Ferguson Events Closely

Politics / US Politics : Big Government (yesterday)

Just 18% of Hispanics are following the events in Ferguson, Missouri, closely after Michael Brown's death, according to a Pew Research survey. The poll, which was conducted August 14-17, found 27% of Americans are following the conf... Read Post

A Party Divided, Still

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Nate Cohn sees signs that “the next Republican nominee is screwed”: [A] new Pew Research survey suggests that Republican presidential candidates won’t find it easy to move toward the center. The poll shows that Republicans recognize... Read Post

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