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Contours of the New Electorate
Monday, August 13 2007
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At important turning points, we like to pause and look at the whole database of surveys conducted by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner - focusing in particular on the 4,000 interviews conducted during the Summer of 2007. There are big changes here that have an enduring quality, with the opportunity to shape the parties' prospects in 2008.

Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner have combined the last four national polls we have conducted over the last four months, and analyzed this database of over 4,000 likely voters. In his memo, "The Contours of the New Electorate," Stan Greenberg discusses the trends behind the large Democratic leads in the Presidential and Congressional races, which make 2008 look like a very big election.