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1948 all over again? Evangelical Democrats?

We posted these two items to The Trail:

What if the Polls Were Right?
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Democratic Pollster Peter Hart has a contrarian view on the latest polling kerfuffle.

Hart, one-half of the polling team behind the NBC-Wall Street Journal poll, this afternoon posted an insightful online comment to a Washington Post article about the failure of New Hampshire polls to predict Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's victory there.

Maybe they weren't wrong after all.
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The Invisible Primary Voter: Evangelical Democrats
Since nearly eight in 10 white evangelicals voted for President Bush in 2004, Democrats have been plowing thought, money and time into changing the story line. They have faith advisers, faith forums and faith strategies that show there is such a thing as a progressive evangelical. So imagine their annoyance when exit polls in Iowa and New Hampshire asked only Republican voters if they consider themselves "born-again" or evangelical.
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By Jon Cohen  |  January 11, 2008; 11:34 AM ET
Categories:  Polls  
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