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Schoen: Strong ‘Anti-Obama Vote’ in Results

Tuesday, 18 May 2010 10:53 PM

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Democratic pollster Doug Schoen told Fox News Tuesday night that election results are showing a strong “anti-Washington” and “anti-Obama” vote.

With news that Obama-backed Arlen Specter was defeated and tea party favorite Rand Paul won, Schoen suggested that establishment candidates will be under fire this November.

He said that the tea party’s power “can’t be underestimated” and that Paul’s election shows the level of anger among grass-roots Republicans
to the party’s leadership in Washington.

Still, he said the GOP should benefit this November because the Democrats control Congress and the White House.

Schoen said if the Democrats don’t move quickly to the center, they are “going to pay a huge price” in Congressional elections.

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