Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006 A year-end NPR political poll looks at where Democrats and Republicans stand. The poll finds that Democrats are doing better as 2006 approaches. It was conducted by Democrat Stan Greenberg and Republican Glen Bolger.
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Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006

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Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006

Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006

Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006

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A year-end NPR political poll looks at where Democrats and Republicans stand. The poll finds that Democrats, hoping to paint Republicans as part of a "culture of corruption," are doing better as 2006 approaches. The poll, part of a regular series for NPR, was conducted by Democrat Stan Greenberg and Republican Glen Bolger.

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The poll was conducted for NPR on Dec. 15, 17-18, 2005, by Public Opinion Strategies and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.