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Exit Polls Show Similarities To Obama's '08 Coalition

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Exit Polls Show Similarities To Obama's '08 Coalition

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Exit Polls Show Similarities To Obama's '08 Coalition

Exit Polls Show Similarities To Obama's '08 Coalition

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Republicans and independent analysts didn't think there was any way President Obama could reassemble the coalition that enthusiastically backed him in 2008. But Michael Dimock of the Pew Research Center found a few surprises in exit polls. Dimock talks with Steve Inskeep about the exit polling data.

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