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erpowers Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-28-05 02:13 PM
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43. Something This Piece May not Point Out
This portion of the piece never questioned whether the supposed shift was due to the Democratic Party moving further and further to the right. This piece also seems to not look into the idea that maybe the Republicans have been better organized than Democrats at getting their groups on college campuses. In addition, I think we may want to find out what students were surveyed. If the majority of the students who were surveyed were Republicans than the polls would show a shift. Remember, some groups conducted polls where the number of Republicans polled was larger than the number of Democrats polled. So this poll could be misleading
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