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POLL: Americans See Dems As The Party Of Global Warming And Abortion


POLL: Americans See Dems As The Party Of Global Warming And Abortion
Wichita Eagle

Americans overwhelmingly point to the environment and abortion as two policies areas Democrats âdo a better jobâ than Republicans, according to newly-released polling data.âMore say the Democratic Party could do a better job than the GOP when it comes to dealing with

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