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Poll Sees Hope for Democrats in 2006

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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

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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.

The Complete Poll

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