A Town Ponders Bush, and Support for Iraq

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As President Bush's approval ratings fall and he seeks to bolster support for the U.S. effort in Iraq, NPR visits Cambria County, Penn.

Cambria is a socially conservative, old-time manufacturing county that traditionally voted Democratic but went for President Bush by a small margin, 51-49, in 2004. But Republican and swing voters there say they are concerned about the war in Iraq, and they're having second thoughts.



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