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The majority of voters age 65 and older didn't vote for Obama.
The candidates' positions on these 5 issues were the most frequently ranked as "extremely important."
What role will race play in the 2008 presidential elections?
Satisfaction ratings for how things are going in the U.S. hit an all-time low.
But it is certainly cathartic to posture about exiting equities.
Gallup says that presidential debates usually don't change the race.
Walter Mondale got a bigger bounce than Ronald Reagan—a lot of good it did him.
McCain may have wiped out Obama's lead, but unemployment numbers could drag him back down.
Pollsters should be more honest about how undecided the electorate really is.
Past conventions have typically resulted in a 5-point bounce for presidential candidates.