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Dissatisfaction Rises Among N.H. Republicans

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Dissatisfaction Rises Among N.H. Republicans

Election 2008

Dissatisfaction Rises Among N.H. Republicans

Dissatisfaction Rises Among N.H. Republicans

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George W. Bush won't be on the ballot in 2008, which is just as well for many Republicans in Exeter, N.H., who are beginning to tire after six years of an increasingly unpopular Bush administration. The question remains whether they will vote Republican in the 2008 presidential poll.

Jon Greenberg reports for New Hampshire Public Radio.

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