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One-fifth to one-third of respondents to New York Times/Kaiser polls say they didn't vote in 2012

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On the Weekly Standard blog, Bill Kristol quite rightly notes that the New York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation polls in the Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and North Carolina Senate races are suspect, because in all four states the retrospective question about voting in 2012 shows Barack Obama doing much better in the race against Mitt Romney than he actually did in each of the states.

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