'Nightmare Charts' for Republicans?

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/24/2012, p2
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The article focuses on the opinion article in the "New York Times" news paper entitled "G.O.P. Nightmare Charts" suggesting that the existing political trends do not bode well for Republicans. It mentions that author Charles Blow explores two questions that caught his eye such as one on the most attuned and sensitive issue that affect Republicans and once concerning issues related to divorce, gambling and sex. It states that the two questions that were commented by Blow came from two surveys.


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