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Democrats Much Less Likely to Vote This Year

Gallup: “Amid the news frenzy leading up to the first general election debate of 2016, fewer U.S. adults rate themselves highly likely to vote for president than did so in September of each of the past four presidential election years.” [...] The post Democrats Much Less Likely to Vote This Year appeared first on Political Wire.
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