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    March 31, 2008

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    Harry

    The Democratic Party has become to liberal and lost the appeal that it once had to working and middle class voters.
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    Jane Baker

    Fascinating to see these political trends over time. In a decidedly non-scientific poll in 2004, my sons set up a WorldVote web site. The concept was to poll opinions from around the world and among all age groups (explicitly those too young to vote) about the U.S. Presidential election. Numbers of votes were not extensive (in some states, shown in white on their maps, no votes were cast at all), but the outcome is most striking. Their poll got everything right except Ohio, and in every country for which votes were tallied, blue reigned supreme. My daughter has revived the site and the polling for the 2008 presidential election. Log on and vote! See www.worldvote.net.

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