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Hillary's numbers among non-college whites go WAY up post-debate (in one focus group)

My operating theory of partisanship is that people’s opinions of the candidates are baked in, and while we may see some movement in the margins, the only question left is who turns out, rather than how they will vote.  Donald Trump will provide a serious test of my theory. From a Democracy Corps dial-test focus group on debate night: Clinton produced impressive gains in the vote, squeezing the third party candidates and raising intensity of support with white unmarried women and white working class voters.
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