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December 18, 2014 10:50 am

Poll: Voters’ Allegiance to Democrats Hits New Low

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ABC News – The number of Americans identifying themselves as Democrats has dropped to a record low in nearly 34 years of ABC News/Washington Post polls, marking the party’s challenges after its poor showing in the 2014 midterm elections. The Republican Party, by contrast, has gained sharply in popularity, if not allegiance.

Just 26 percent of Americans now identify themselves as Democrats, down from 32 percent six weeks ago to the fewest since ABC/Post polling began in 1981.

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    The Royal Golfer employed his only two tools,His mouth and his skin.That was enough to get elected.It took the voters several years to discover this guy had no brain but a lot of tax dollars to play with. The USA with 17 trillion of debt does not need an entertainer.We need an engineer who can produce exportable products.Skin color has nothing to do with that and we can look to China manufactured TV for comedy.

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