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June 2004

Hypothetical Showings of Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Dole Suggest Women’s Chances of Winning the Presidency Are Better Than Some Polls Say

A woman may not have as tough a time getting elected president as some traditional polling suggests because many people who would prefer not to vote for a woman would actually do so rather than for a candidate of the other party, the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey suggests. Polling of 3,572 adults
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Swing Voters in Swing States Troubled By Iraq, Economy; Unimpressed with Bush and Kerry

Potential swing voters in swing states – the real target of the presidential campaign these days – are more critical of the economy and the situation in Iraq and less impressed with either George W. Bush or John Kerry than the electorate generally, the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey shows. These persuadable voters
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