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Women Giving Clinton a Boost

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Women Giving Clinton a Boost

Election 2008

Women Giving Clinton a Boost

Women Giving Clinton a Boost

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A new poll shows Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is drawing strong support from lower-income, less educated women. Does gender trump ethnicity in the loyalty game?

Farai Chideya talks to GOP strategist Robert Traynham and Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania, about why many women prefer Clinton to Sen. Barack Obama.

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