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U.S. Presidential Election Exit Polls (2008)

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  • Survey: One in five Americans has no religion

    Survey: One in five Americans has no religion
    The fastest growing "religious" group in America is made up of people with no religion at all, according to a Pew survey showing that one in five Americans is not affiliated with any religion.
  • South Florida Jewish vote a key for Obama

    South Florida Jewish vote a key for Obama
    The decades-long allegiance of Jewish voters to the Democratic Party is under unprecedented stress, threatened by a combination of changing demographics and the concerted Republican effort to depict President Barack Obama as unfriendly to Israel. Nowhere...

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker beats back recall

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker beats back recall
    MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin's Republican governor, Scott Walker, handily defeated an effort by labor unions and Democratic activists to end his tenure early, surviving a recall contest that capped more than a year of political turmoil and deep division in...

    Poll: Latinos back Obama over Romney despite deportation policy

    Poll: Latinos back Obama over Romney despite deportation policy
    Latinos by a 2-to-1 margin disapprove of how President Obama is handing deportations of illegal residents, but by an even larger margin, Latino voters favor him over Mitt Romney, according to a new survey by the Pew Hispanic Center. The Obama...

    Super Tuesday 2012: What's at stake and who's in the lead

    Super Tuesday 2012: What's at stake and who's in the lead
    Welcome to March Madness, the Republican version. The GOP final four -- Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul -- face the busiest primary day of 2012 next week on Super Tuesday, when voters in 10 states head to the polls or caucus sites....