EXIT POLLS: Economic Woes Allow Obama to Remake Political Map

Barack Obama built his victory out of a concrete base of near unanimous support from black voters, layered with overwhelming support from Hispanics, young people and enough white voters to remake the partisan landscape in the United States. Coming off two terms under a Republican president who leaves office very unpopular and presiding over the deepest economic discontent in at least a generation, voters have shifted toward the Democratic Party. The proportion of voters who identify themselves...Full Story
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