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NPR Poll: Health Care Is An Advantageous Topic for Candidates

By Mara Liasson | NPR
July 19, 2012

Even though the Supreme Court declared the Affordable Care Act constitutional, voters in battleground states remain polarized about the law. But a new NPR survey finds there are signs that the gap between opponents and supporters has become a little smaller.

10 Key Facts To Read Before the Supreme Court Rules on Health Care Reform

By Whit Ayres and Luke Frans | Resurgent Republic
June 20, 2012

Anticipation is building for the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama’s health care reform law, expected no later than June 28. The announcement will have a significant impact on the political landscape and set off a frenzy of news coverage and political analysis.

The Big-Spending Obamas

By Jim Geraghty | National Review Online
June 5, 2012

Does President Barack Obama know how much he is spending? Critics of the president asked that question after he asserted, “Since I’ve been president, federal spending has risen at the lowest pace in nearly 60 years.” 

Understanding the Gender Gap

By Jon McHenry | Resurgent Republic
May 24, 2012

The discussion of the "War on Women" between the Democratic and Republican camps in the last few months focuses in large part on perceptions of a gender gap for Republicans.  Recent elections have traditionally shown a gender gap on both sides of the aisle, with Republicans performing better among men and Democrats earning more

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