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   Poll shows growing Dem support for second Obama term

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12/28/2010 10:00 am

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Jordan Fabian

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Entered 12/28/2010, Updated 12/28/2010

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Seventy-eight percent of Democrats want President Obama renominated for a second term, the highest his support has been this year, according to a new poll. A CNN/Opinion Research survey shows Democratic backing for a second Obama term jumped 5 percent from late October just before his midterm "shellacking," when it was at 73 percent. The numbers look good compared to the last Democratic president. Only 57 percent of Democrats wanted Bill Clinton renominated in the days after the 1994 Republican Revolution. Clinton went on to defeat Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) in the 1996 presidential elections.


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