ADWEEK Online Poll

November 2007
Adweek;11/26/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 43, p16
Trade Publication
A chart is presented of an online poll conducted by the publication asking respondents to indicate the most appropriate question to pose to one of the 2008 Presidential candidates.


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