Entrance Polls Gauge Mood at Caucuses Pollsters measure Iowa Democrats' sentiments as they arrive for the state's presidential caucus meetings. The entrance poll run by the National Election Pool, for instance, asks caucus-goers about the war in Iraq, their most resonant issues, and what qualities they like in a candidate. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Andrew Kohut, Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.
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Entrance Polls Gauge Mood at Caucuses

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Entrance Polls Gauge Mood at Caucuses

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Pollsters measure Iowa Democrats' sentiments as they arrive for the state's presidential caucus meetings. The entrance poll run by the National Election Pool, for instance, asks caucus-goers about the war in Iraq, their most resonant issues, and what qualities they like in a candidate. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Andrew Kohut, Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.