GOP Report: It has BIG (I mean BIG) problem with young voters

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/3/2013, p7
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The article discusses an internal report declaring that the Republican Party needs a fundamental reconsideration of its approach to remain viable with the younger generation. The report was done by the College National Republican Committee based on research by the Winston Group. It is said that the Republican Party has let itself be affected by the tone of talk radio. The relationship of the Republican Party with the positions of Social Conservatives is elaborated.


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