David Broder's Door-to-Door Voter Polls Each election year, Washington Post columnist and political correspondent David Broder and his colleagues gauge the political pulse of the nation the old-fashioned way: They knock on doors in key swing states and ask the voters. Broder talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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David Broder's Door-to-Door Voter Polls

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David Broder's Door-to-Door Voter Polls

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Each election year, Washington Post columnist and political correspondent David Broder and his colleagues gauge the political pulse of the nation the old-fashioned way: They knock on doors in key swing states and ask the voters. Broder talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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