GOP Drives Away Youth and Minorities

Holhut, Randolph T.
April 2012
Progressive Populist;4/15/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p10
The article reports on the exit polls conducted by the "National Journal" on the results of the primary ballots by the Grand Old Party (GOP) or the Republican Party, which showed that majority of the voters are whites and older.


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