2010 Results Depend On Which Groups Vote

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Peter Brown, assistant director, Quinnipiac Polling Institute
Corey Dade, NPR correspondent
Arturo Vargas, executive director, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)

The GOP appears to have won over women, as a group, for the first time since 1982, when surveys began tracking gender. Latinos and African Americans may not come out in full force like they did with Barack Obama at the top of the ticket in 2008. And many young voters may stay home.

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