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Counting a New Breed of Conservative

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Counting a New Breed of Conservative

Counting a New Breed of Conservative

Counting a New Breed of Conservative

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The term "Pro-Government Conservatives" is a new grouping in the Pew Research Center's typology of voters. The group tends to live south of the Mason Dixon line, religion is important to them, and many of the women work. Family and finances are big concerns for them.

This story was produced by NPR's Gisele Grayson.

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