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Analyst: Electorate Now a 'Disadvantage' for Republicans

ABC News' Matthew Dowd says both parties have issues they must deal with following Election Day 2012
3:00 | 11/06/12

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Right direction number. We thought it could be kicked beaten. This is gonna do both sides -- have to reflect on this because of many misconceptions and problems that happened but I think the Republicans are really basically. The polls were right. All the polls were right that Republicans argued against said -- -- -- we're gonna do it differently we're gonna propose different electric. It didn't happen and -- have to face a future. There's no leader of the party -- an electorate that has much to their disadvantage.

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