How Important Is the Iraq War for American Voters?

Voters in Connecticut's Democratic primary are choosing between a three-term senator and a political newcomer. Traditional election-year issues are being eclipsed by the Iraq War. Strategists in both parties are trying to determine how important the war will be for voters in November — and in 2008.

Guests:

Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

Jennifer Duffy, editor of The Cook Political Report

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