Can McCain Win a Third Bush Term?

Jeffrey, Terence P.
April 2008
Human Events;4/28/2008, Vol. 64 Issue 15, p5
The author examines whether U.S. presidential nominee John McCain can win a third consecutive presidential election in November 2008. He analyzes issues that have contributed to the victory of President George W. Bush in 2004 despite the Iraq war as highlighted by the national exit poll conducted on the election day, including national security. Also stressed is that more voters considered culture issues as the most significant issue in 2004 than the economy or terrorism. He offers suggestions for McCain to win in the election.


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