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May 09, 2014


Many Think Next President Doesn't Matter

A new Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor Poll finds the majority of Americans believe that "an increase in community activism would have a more significant impact on daily life than the candidate they elect as president."

Key finding: "56% of respondents told pollsters that more volunteering in their community would have 'a more positive impact on [their] day-to-day life' than electing a president who agrees with them on important issues. Just 39% said that the election of a particular president would have a greater impact."












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