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Reading Between the Lines on Poll Results

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Reading Between the Lines on Poll Results

Politics

Reading Between the Lines on Poll Results

Reading Between the Lines on Poll Results

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A poll out this week found that 8 out of 10 Americans would be very comfortable with an African-American or woman president. But are people completely honest when answering pollsters' questions about race and gender? Democratic pollster Celinda Lake discusses the issue with Scott Simon.