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Politics

Campaign 2012

Poll: More Than Half of GOP Primary Voters Unconcerned by Cain Allegations

More than half of Republican primary voters are unconcerned by the accusations that GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain allegedly sexually harassed several women in the 1990s, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

Still, his likability has taken a hit, with 35 percent of those polled saying they have somewhat or very negative feelings toward Cain, up from 18 percent last month.

 

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