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July 31, 2009


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Tom Jensen

PPP only works for Democratic clients, although our public polling is very neutral.


Tom,Here are 3 points about Obama and Party ID. 1. Alot of the independents are former Republicans that left because of the Bush years. Bush and the GOP grew government and didnt control spending. They are going back now that Obama is spending alot more money.2. Alot of people in the south remain registered as Democrats but vote Republican alot. Which can close the gap.3. Obamas approval rating doesnt matter until 2012. Three years is along time in politics.This is still a deeply divided country. The GOP will bounce back. One party never rules forever in a 2 party system. Something bad will happen while the Democrats are in control.

Reed Shaw

Theyll be back with us this time next yearyou say us as in Democrats. Is PPP partisan?

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