Political Pollster Finds Divided 2004 Electorate A Pew Center poll studying the mood of voters in upcoming national elections suggests that the sense of national unity that followed the Sept. 11 attacks has subsided. The survey finds a rise in political polarity, similar to public sentiment found in the center's 2000 poll. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Andrew Kohut, of the Pew Research Center.
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Political Pollster Finds Divided 2004 Electorate

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Political Pollster Finds Divided 2004 Electorate

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Political Pollster Finds Divided 2004 Electorate

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A Pew Center poll studying the mood of voters in upcoming national elections suggests that the sense of national unity that followed the Sept. 11 attacks has subsided. The survey finds a rise in political polarity, similar to public sentiment found in the center's 2000 poll. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Andrew Kohut, of the Pew Research Center.