Proud to Be an American

Election '08

According to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, more than "one-third of voters said the 2008 presidential election has made them 'more proud' to be an American. … Former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton may also have a hand in that sentiment. Some 40% of women over 50 years old, a core Clinton constituency in the primary, said they were more proud of their country � the highest level of any sub-group of voters, according to the poll."


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