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July 2007
Hill;7/25/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 90, p24
The author reflects on the medium used in gauging the probable winner for the presidential elections in the U.S. He said that debates and poll surveys are the common media used in forecasting the candidates' fate in the upcoming elections. He added that popular candidates have the edge over the unpopular ones. He stressed that the selection of the rightful candidate does not depend on policy issue, color of candidate's eyes but should be focused on important issues that will affect the country.


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