A Problem for the Democrats and GOP

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    According to a recent Rasmussen poll, the revealed demographics may not bode entirely well for ANY of the candidates currently running. It seems we Americans are so socioeconomically and politically diverse, that no candidate can get high approval ratings right across the board. Consider:

    And here is one of those on-line 'pick your candidate' quizzes:
    http://www.wqad.com/Global/link.asp?L=259460

    On the first run through, I showed Fred Thompson tied with Duncan Hunter as the most compatible candidate(s) for me, but they scored well under 50%. I'm thinking this election is still wide open.
     
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    That's why national candidates gravitate to the center.
     
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    And perhaps it is why lately we don't quite get what we expected when we elect somebody?
     

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