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Joni, 54-year-old woman in Virginia: "I've tried to read as much as I can. I've seen all kinds of charts. I try and look up what is truth and what is fiction. I'm still kind of torn."

  • Sarah Kliff
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  • Nov 5, 2012
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Wilbur Weaver, 88, retiree: "I think ordinary people will vote to keep Medicare like it is. I think people should have a say in that. If it changes, it should stay exactly like it is."

  • Sarah Kliff
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  • Nov 4, 2012
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David Gammon, 61, New Hampshire. "My views are more in line with Ron Paul, which is who I voted for in the primary in New Hampshire. And that's another thing I wasn't happy with, Romney shutting out Ron Paul at the Republican convention. "

  • Suzy Khimm
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  • Nov 4, 2012
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John Lotterio, 63, Pennsylvania. "[Obama's] killing people over energy by bottling over all the sources of energy, other than green energy. I saw on TV he said that if you want to invest in coal, go ahead, but you’re going to go bankrupt. What kind of attitude is that from that guy?"

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Nov 3, 2012
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Bernard Singleton, 57, retired: No matter who wins, Congress is likely to stifle the next president. "I think it will be the same no matter who's elected!"

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Nov 3, 2012
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David, 61, coal miner: "[Obama's] shut the coal mines down. That’s why I’m not working."

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Nov 2, 2012
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Maggie Neale, 69, retired: "I liked the man running against Obama in '08, and I don’t like the man who’s running against him now."

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Nov 2, 2012
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