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September 27, 2013

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Joe

How come you didn't ask questions about the 2016 primary/presidential elections?

Sam

It's nice to see that a majority in Massachusetts has no issue with gay marriage but I still wonder, and I'm being partially rhetorical when I ask this, why this question is even being asked in one of the most liberal states in the country.

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About Tom Brady: The poll asked registered Massachusetts voters. Mass. has far more people originally from out of state than LA or WI. Many are from the New York area and grew up rooting for hated rivals of the Patriots. Still other Mass. voters are reflexively anti-sports. Still other hardcore and demanding Patriots fans blame Brady because the team hasn't won a Super Bowl in 8 years.

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