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Polls 

A Step Forward Seen For Blacks in America (Post, August 28, 2008)

More Voters Perceive Progress in Iraq:  As Attitudes About Restoring Order Improve, So Do McCain's Poll Numbers (Post, September 11, 2008)

Mixed Impressions on Taxes:  Gaps Exist Between Candidates' Positions, Public Perceptions (Post, September 11, 2008)

Majorities Hold Favorable Impressions of Both Clintons (Post, August 26, 2008; 12:00 AM)

WASHINGTON POST-ABC NEWS POLL:  Support for Each Candidate Holds Steady (Post, August 24, 2008)

A Chance for the Candidates' Wives to Court Support (Post, August 25, 2008)

Strong Energy Measures Wanted:  Poll Shows Most Favor New Drilling, Taxes on Oil Profits (Post, August 10, 2008)

HARDEST HIT Low-Wage Workers:  Obama Leads, Pessimism Reigns Among Key Group (Post, August 4, 2008)

For Obama, Hurdles in Expanding Black Vote (Post, July 28, 2008)

McCain Makes Significant Gains in Key Battleground States :  Majority of Voters in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin Favor Keeping Troops in Iraq, According to Quinnipiac-washingtonpost.com-Wall Street Journal Survey (washingtonpost.com, July 24, 2008; 10:00 AM)

Acceptance of Gay People in Military Grows Dramatically (Post, July 19, 2008)

Obama Leads by 8 Points In Poll:  Economy Remains The Top Concern (Post, July 16, 2008)

Washington Post-ABC News Poll:  Poll: Voters Torn on Iraq Withdrawal (Post, July 15, 2008)

Three in 10 Americans Admit to Race Bias:  Survey Shows Age, Too, May Affect Election Views (Post, June 22, 2008)

Obama Leads McCain in Four Key Battleground States:  Voters in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin Are Split on Obama-Clinton Ticket, According to Quinnipiac-washingtonpost.com-Wall Street Journal Survey (washingtonpost.com, June 26, 2008; 10:01 AM)

Poll Finds Independent Voters Split (Post, June 17, 2008)

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