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Mitt Romney at March campaign rally—before he had to pretend to care about the womenfolk. (Marvin Gentry/Reuters) From the latest CNN/ORC poll (PDF): Thinking about the following characteristics and qualities, please say whether you think each one applies more to Barack Obama or more to Mitt Romney: Is in touch with the problems facing women today? Obama 55 Romney 27 And that's why we see numbers like these: As of today, do you lean more toward.
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