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NPR’s Bryant Park Project had me on today to analyze the Super Tuesday’s results, along with Dan McClaughlin of RedState.com. I offered that even if a Clinton-Obama race becomes protracted while John McCain effectively becomes the GOP nominee, Democratic voters remain more unified on big issues while the GOP primary electorate remains divided on issues. You can click here to listen to the podcast.

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