Issue of Moral Values Trumps other Voter Concerns

The 2004 election produced more than a few surprises. Exit polls revealed that moral values trumped Iraq and the economy as a top voter concern. And for the first time, Hispanic voters cast their ballots evenly between the Democratic and Republican candidates. Hear NPR's Cokie Roberts and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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