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NPR Poll: Voters Concerned by Economy and Iraq

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NPR Poll: Voters Concerned by Economy and Iraq

NPR Poll: Voters Concerned by Economy and Iraq

NPR Poll: Voters Concerned by Economy and Iraq

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NPR's Mara Liasson talks to Republican pollster Bill McInturff and Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg. Their latest poll, commissioned by NPR News, shows Americans have mixed feelings about a military strike against Iraq's Saddam Hussein, but are increasingly worried about the nation's economy. Overall, the poll shows the political landscape tilting towards the Democrats for the upcoming midterm elections. Read the poll results. (5:09)
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