Almost half of rural voters _ 47 percent _ said they were persuadable, the largest group of persuadable voters among demographic groups tested - suburbanites ranked second with 40% considering themselves persuadable.
Among persuadable voters, 91 percent say that economic issues are the top concern, labeling economic issues as either extremely or very important. 88 percent of persuadable voters said the war in Iraq is extremely or very important.
As mentioned in previous posts, rural voters continue to figure prominently in the outcome of this midterm election. Post a question or comment here or contact John Crabtree, firstname.lastname@example.org
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