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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. Lawmakers in the House just bought two more weeks in a game of kick the can down the road. The price of avoiding a government shutdown? $4 billion. In budget cuts, that is. The temporary emergency funding resolution passed late Tuesday will keep the lights on in Washington after the current -- temporary -- funding resolution expires Friday. (VIDEO FROM C-SPAN) And despite Tea Party demands - President Obama’s health care law IS funded in the measure -- just for the next two weeks though. For The Huffington Post’s Dan Froomkin - that’s the story: Tea Party ideals versus establishment Republicans’ need to compromise with Democrats. “Tea Party leaders ... hotly demanded that the members of the caucus not settle for anything less than defunding the Obama health care law... And they made it clear Republicans who don't stand firm will face primary opponents in 2012.” But most of the House Tea Party caucus voted for the measure - despite policy disagreements about funded programs like health care. Slate’s David Weigel says - that’s probably a sign that in the end -- a cut is a cut -- no matter where it comes from. “The vote … hinted at how much concern Republicans had about spending cuts even if they didn't hit all the right policy notes. Only six Republicans [voted against it].” But it’s not over ‘til the Senate says it is -- and that vote happens later Wednesday. As CNBC’s John Harwood reports - no matter what happens there -- keep in mind this two week funding resolution means lawmakers still don’t have a plan for keeping government running past late March. “That puts off the threat of a shutdown til later this month, but it doesn’t end that threat because you still have difficult negotiations between the House which has called for $61 billion in cuts through the rest of this fiscal year, and the Senate, and the White House.” To deficit hawk Republicans - The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin suggests rather than work on one budget for the rest of the year -- why not keep doing the two-week temporary funding thing? “Wouldn’t a fight every two weeks between Republicans wanting to cut spending and Democrats refusing to make cuts be a boon to the GOP? … It’s an odd way to run the government, but a series of short-term extensions ... sounds like a nightmare for the White House and the Democratic congressional leadership. There could be no better illustration of the Democrats’ defense of the big-government status quo.” But while Rubin surveys the political spoils - TIME’s Jay Newton-Small says in the end -- nobody wins. And that end - by the way - is a long ways away. GOP leaders want to cut $61 billion through the rest of this fiscal year. “The stopgap agreement does little to resolve the underlying conflict. … these cuts are low hanging fruit. Republicans and Democrats have some bitter fights coming ... Which means, that though Republicans have won this battle, the war over the size and role of government is far from over.” Far, far from over -- reports CNN’s Briana Keilar. “There are, unlike this short term bill - tons of cuts in there that Democrats don’t like, that really undercut Democratic priorities. … trying to see if they can come to a compromise, and they might not be able to do it. There may have to be another short term measure to keep kicking the can down the road until they can reach an agreement.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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17 Mar 2011
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy No. No. No. No. Four nu-uh’s that may signal the end of a political career for one of the most powerful women in Washington. WOLF BLITZER: “If the President is reelected do you want to serve a second term as Secretary of State?” HILLARY CLINTON: “No” BLITZER: “Would you like to serve as Secretary of Defense?” CLINTON: “No” BLITZER: “Would you like to be Vice President of the United States?” CLINTON: “No” BLITZER: “Would you like to be President of the United States?” CLINTON: “No” (Video: CNN) It’s not the first time Clinton has said she won’t run for president again- but it’s the first time she’s talked about ending her globe-trotting days as Secretary of State. The Atlantic Wire points out - “Clinton's decision may not be all that surprising. A quick glance at the terms of Clinton's predecessors suggests that secretaries of state don't usually stick around for longer than four years.” Regardless- with their hopes of Secretary Clinton becoming the first Madame President dashed- her supporters lament. Liberal blogger Perez Hilton proclaims “You've done a great job in office … we know you'll still do great work for the country in the future!” And Feministing adds “She has been a really strong force as Secretary of State… it’s hard to believe this would be the end of her political career.” Hard to believe is right. Outside the Beltway’s Doug Mataconis says- this isn’t over. “There will be those who will … refuse to believe that she and her husband, will simply leave electoral politics... I’m sure we’ll see a nice healthy dose of ‘Hillary in 2016’ speculation four years from now.” But American Thinker’s Thomas Lifson falls into a camp of conservative bloggers who believe Clinton is ready to break rank- fed up with President Obama’s foreign policy. “Is she simply bone tired? Lord knows, the constant travel, the unwieldy bureaucracy she heads, and the lack of leadership from her boss would discourage anyone.” Or perhaps- there’s simpler explanation for Clinton’s decision. Here’s CNN’s take. “There was some talk that in her travels as Secretary of State that she saw so much need out there that she may perhaps be going into helping in private charities and bringing attention to women and children’s issues as well.” Ironically- Clinton made the announcement the same a day a CNN/Opinion Research poll found that two out of three Americans view the former first lady favorably. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Mar 2011
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN ANCHOR ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy This Sunday…Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen appeared on every—single—Sunday—talk show- to talk about Libya. And he was pretty adamant about pointing out- the only reason the U.S. is in Libya is to enforce the UN-sanctioned no-fly zone and NOT to oust embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi. Adm. Mike Mullen: “Certainly, the goals of this campaign right now are limited, and it isn’t about seeing him go…It’s about supporting the U.N. resolution.” But while the Admiral says the U.S. is only spearheading the air strikes for a few days- Adm. Mike Mullen: “While the United States leads this now, we expect in the next few days to hand that leadership off to a coalition-led operation.” The Sunday crowd is left wondering- what’s the endgame? Here’s CNN’s Candy Crowley after her interview with Admiral Mullen. Candy Crowley: “Sort of sidestepped like ‘What’s the end game here?’ Like…how long will we be there? Do we need Gaddafi to leave? You know, what do we want?” Democratic Senator Carl Levin tells NBC’s David Gregory, President Obama is serious when he says it’s an in-and-out kind of mission. Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI): “This mission has been very carefully limited…after the air is cleared of any threats there’s going to be a hand off to our allies.” But Republican Senator Richard Lugar tells CBS’s Bob Schieffer, it doesn’t make sense for the U.S. to help Libyan rebels but not help out those in countries like Bahrain, Yemen, and Syria. Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN):"We had better get this straight from the beginning…or there’s going to be a situation where war lingers on, country after country, situation after situation, all of them on a humane basis, saving people." On NBC’s Meet the Press panel, Richard Haas of the Council of Foreign Relations says, intervention is a slippery slope- and he doesn’t see the U.S. pulling out after a few days. Richard Haas (Council of Foreign Relations): “It’s not going to stop here David. It’s not going to end with simply the United States shooting off some tomahawks and doing some aircraft runs. This is going to require ultimately the one thing the administration says it doesn’t want to do: boots on the ground.” But Helene Cooper of The New York Times argues- the U.S. never wanted to get involved in Libya- and that’s why Admiral Mullen is determined to limit operations to enforcing the no-fly zone. Helene Cooper (New York Times): “At its heart, the administration doesn’t really want to do this. The Pentagon certainly doesn’t want to be at war in Libya. They’ve been saying for weeks, Libya is not a national security interest…Which is why I think you’ve seen the appearance of completely inconsistent policy.” Gaddafi taunted the Allied coalition Sunday morning, promising a long, drawn-out war if international forces continue to intervene. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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BY BRICE SANDER You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy If rumors are true, soon-to-be former Google CEO Eric Schmidt may be making his way to Washington. No, really – Google it. Obama is reportedly ready to offer Schmidt the position of Secretary of Commerce once his time at Google is up in April. (CNBC) After Ronald Reagan’s former Secretary of Commerce publicly backed the possible appointment, a writer for The Register argues Schmidt’s a pretty neutral choice. “Such an endorsement from a member of the Republican old guard could be considered a strong signal that a Schmidt nomination might not face the same opposition that Obama faced from the Grand Old Party in response to [some of Obama’s other nominations].” But Schmidt isn’t free from controversy. After a string of awkward TV appearances, in which he found it difficult to defend Google’s privacy policy, Gawker’s Adrian Chen doesn’t think we should take Schmidt seriously. “This would be an OK idea as long as Schmidt never opens his mouth or offers his weird opinion on anything. Maybe he'll know how to help Obama boost productivity by spying on idle workers in Google Street View.” But a blogger for the Washington Post says don’t mind Schmidt’s odd behavior – he’s got a lot of potential. “Schmidt is known not only for his business acumen but also for his colorful and controversial comments, particularly when it comes to explaining Google’s privacy policies ... A Schmidt appointment would give the technology industry a powerful voice in the Obama administration on issues such as research funding.” But after looking into Schmidt’s background at Google – and finding out Google and Schmidt made money off advertisements for illegal products – Consumer Watchdog claims there’s no way Obama should appoint Schmidt. “Putting Eric Schmidt in charge of policing online privacy is like appointing Bernie Madoff to direct the Securities Exchange Commission.” But PC World’s Chris Nerney might sum it up best – this is Washington we’re talking about. “There have been innumerable powerful players in D.C. who have stomped all over the creepy line and then gone so far beyond that they couldn't even see it in their rear-view mirrors ... So from that perspective, Schmidt's stance on privacy hardly disqualifies him from a Cabinet post.” Schmidt’s set to exit Google April 4. Experts say, expect an announcement about the new Secretary of Commerce around the same time. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Humanitarian intervention or lead-up to war? The stated goal of allied intervention in Libya is to protect civilians - but U.S. media analysts are skeptical. MIKA BRZENZSKI: “I think the New York Times headline is the big question: ‘Target clear. Intent is not.’.” JOE SCARBOROUGH: “It says it all.” President Obama said Friday the U.S. would not be deploying ground-level troops to Libya - and its efforts are focused on protecting civilians. On Sunday Admiral Mike Mullen reiterated to NBC’s David Gregory - U.S. involvement is limited. MIKE MULLEN: “It’s about supporting the United Nations resolution which talked to limiting or eliminating his ability to kill his own people, as well as support the humanitarian efforts.” DAVID GREGORY: “So the mission could be completed and Ghadafi could remain in power?” MIKE MULLEN: “That’s certainly potentially one outcome.” But ABC’s Christiane Amanpour pressed a Libyan opposition leader and the French ambassador to the U.N. - both of whom say - it isn’t over until Gaddafi is ousted. ALI SULEIMAN AUJAI: “I understand the mission is to protect the Libyan civilians, not only benghazi. Protecting them only achieved by one goal - that Gaddadi not there.” (FLASH) GERARD ARAUD: “We want the Libyan people to express their will, I have said. We consider that means Gaddafi has to go.” Competing goals and an ill-defined end prompted CNN’s Reliable Sources to blame journalists for not asking the right questions prior to U.S. intervention. JAMIE MCINTYRE: “You clearly can’t prevent Gaddafi’s forces from prevailing on the ground with just a no-fly zone. There’s going to have to be some sort of action on the ground as well. Whether that will be left to other allies or what that will be. And what you have to keep coming back to as a reporter is, what are the foreign policy objectives? What are the forces being employed to enforce those? Is it possible? Are they the right objectives?” Those are exactly the questions Politico’s Ben Smith and Byron Tau are asking. They suggest President Obama seems willing to do whatever it takes to stabilize Libya - and that means - no clear exit strategy. “Qadhafi’s tenacity ... as evidenced over decades of survival … begs the question of what happens if this self-consciously limited allied response does not succeed in chasing him from power. … Other observers worry … that the U.S. ... could find itself with no obvious exit.” But the U.S. isn’t alone in this effort - in fact - Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the U.S. will NOT play a “preeminent role” - and the U.S. will hand over control and command to Britain and France in the coming days. But National Journal’s James Kitfield isn’t so sure. “...others have proposed that the operation be run under the aegis of NATO, despite the public reluctance of key member nations such as Germany and Turkey. … With so much of the credibility of the Western alliance now on the line, will the United States inevitably have to step in and take the reins if the operation stalls?” A French official told the Associated Press Monday - allied military intervention is likely to last - quote - “a while.” Gaddafi has said he is prepared for a long and drawn-out war. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource world news analyis from Newsy Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi shows no sign of backing down - even after UN-backed airstrikes knocked out most of Libya’s air defense systems and attacked convoys to protect rebel forces. Moammar Gaddafi: “You are with the devil and the party with the devil will be defeated. And what right have you got to come and interfere in our affairs?” … “We promise you if you want a long war, we will be ready with our belief and our good power.” (Video: Al Jazeera) NBC’s David Gregory spoke with Top Military Adviser Admiral Mike Mullen - who says the US is trying to remain focused on a singular mission- enforcing the UN-sanctioned no-fly zone. Gregory: “But just to speak plainly about it, as you've said, any no fly zone begins with an act of war. This is war against Libya.” Mullen: “Again, it's very focused on ensuring that he can't execute, continue to execute, his own people. And we don't see any indications of any kind of large-scale massacre at this point in time.” Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark tells CNN - avoiding a full-scale war with Libya could be tricky. “There's no reason the United States has to lead it's better if we don't. It gives more space for maneuver and keeps our national leadership from making this a head-on conflict with Gaddafi. If it goes in that direction, then the outcome is that we'll be drawn into a ground war in Libya.” While Allied representatives say the only purpose for their military action is to protect the people of Libya, some question whether Gaddafi is the real target. ABC’s Christiane Amanpour spoke with a former Libyan Ambassador to the US about what the goal of military intervention should be. Aujali: “Protection of the Libyan civilian is only achieved by one goal, that Gaddafi is not there. Not just stop the airplanes striking the people. The danger is Gaddafi himself.” Amanpour: “So you understand this military action is aimed to get rid of Gaddafi?” Aujalil: “Of course. If that’s not the message then they would just shoot the airplanes down and leave us with this madman killing his people without mercy.” A former advisor to Senator John McCain says - there’s a lack of focus in the allies’ mission that could do more harm than good. “We still seem to be reactive rather than driving a strategy and a clear policy for the United States in intervention here. I think that's a problem. The worst case scenario is an angry but still empowered Gaddafi.” A correspondent for CBS says - the Allies’ military action isn’t the deciding factor on how intense this conflict will be - it’s Gaddafi. “Whether this is just another glancing blow or whether this is in any way a mortal wound on Moammar Gaddafi. He's a survivor. He has for 40-plus years here. What will really determine the course of events now I think is what the sense of the general population and in his military is as to his survivability.” CNN reports- Gaddafi claims Libya will fight back against quote “undeserved naked aggression.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
22 Mar 2011
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BY EMOKE BEBIAK ANCHOR JENNY MECKLES You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. A public split between a duo the Russians have dubbed “the tandem.” Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and his predecessor Vladimir Putin put out seemingly conflicting statements on the allied military intervention in Libya. Putin harshly criticized the UN’s invasion of Libya on Monday saying, “it resembles a medieval crusade.” Compare that to President Medvedev’s statement later: “In no way is it acceptable to use expressions that in essence led to a clash of civilizations such as crusades and so forth. This is unacceptable.” (euronews) International analysts say the statements illuminate the split between Medvedev and Putin on foreign policy. An expert explains to Christian Science Monitor... "Putin, given his past [KGB] experience, is inclined to a conspiratorial view... Medvedev, on the other hand, does not think in cold war terms.” But in the same article the director of an independent Moscow think tank says there’s no real conflict between the leaders. “It's like Medvedev is Putin's lawyer, he follows him around and cleans up his speech.... Basically, it just means the tandem is working as it was designed. The West sees the good Medvedev trying his best, while other constituencies are reassured by Putin.” A columnist for Russian news agency Ria Novosti says Russia was one of five countries that didn’t vote on the UN resolution to authorize attacks in Libya. He says it’s another sign of Russia’s lack of unified stance on foreign policy. “Sitting on the fence only puts the country in a strange position, showing that its authorities cannot agree when confronted with serious problems and lack a coordinated policy. This is particularly damaging in view of the growing chaos across the world.” But CNN says this split can be a precursor to next year’s presidential elections, even though both politicians have said they would not stand in each other’s way. “The public smackdown was political catnip in Moscow. The two men, whom Russians refer to as ‘the tandem,’ both could be candidates for president in 2012 but neither is announcing yet he will run. Speculation is rife over who might go first -- and when.” Russian newspaper Pravda also points out the lack of real conflict and claims the story was exaggerated by the media. “There is a certain media pool in Russia, which has been working for the break up of the tandem since 2008.” 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for video news updates in your feed. Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Is it boys versus girls in the Obama Administration? The president’s top foreign policy advisers have taken sides on the issue of intervention in Libya- and the media have noticed- it looks like a gender divide. FRED FRANCIS: “It was three women, three women who pressed the president to go ahead.” ANDREA MITCHELL: “In the end it became the women foreign policy advisers against the men.” PAT BUCHANAN: “The President is the weakling here. Quite frankly, I think he was flipped by these women.” The three gals behind the push to help enforce the no-fly zone? Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, National Security Council’s Samantha Power, and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates along with other security advisers, all men, disagreed. The New York Time’s Maureen Dowd notes... “There is something positively mythological about a group of strong women swooping down to shake the president out of his delicate sensibilities... And there is something positively predictable about guys in the White House pushing back against that story line for fear it makes the president look henpecked.” A blogger for Forward points out- this is a good example of why old stereotypes don’t stick. “If the situation was reverse, some would cite it as an example of female passivity or indecision up against male strength and combativeness. In reverse, it pretty much shows that those caricatures are empty of meaning, that men can be wishy-washy and women can be firm.” MSNBC’s Norah O’Donnell says this “powerful women” storyline is interesting- but the media shouldn’t lose perspective. “I do think it’s a bit overblown. I think some of this narrative from critics on the right that this was the castrate is a bit too much.” But a blogger for the Atlantic argues- the boys versus girls narrative is absurd. “It's really amazing how a factual sociological observation can quickly devolve into the most ridiculous story imaginable as it moves down the media food chain... Hillary Clinton pushed for intervention in Libya not because she's female, but because, cautious as she may be, she also is among the more historically hawkish members of the administration.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY PAUL ROLFE ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource environment news analysis from Newsy PRESIDENT OBAMA: “Now clean energy breakthrough’s will only translate into clean energy jobs if businesses know there will be a market for what they’re selling. So tonight I challenge you to join me in setting a new goal. By 2035, 80% of America’s electricity will come from clean energy sources.” (Wall Street Journal) Obama put forward his clean energy goal in January’s State of the Union address. Now -- New Mexico Democratic Senator Jeff Bingaman has to figure out how to make it happen -- because he chairs the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. The Hill’s Energy and Environment blog reports he’s seeking public input by issuing a “white paper”. “The paper asks a series of questions, such as whether all utilities should be subject to the standard, how to define what constitutes ‘clean’ energy that meets the standard, what role efficiency might play, what the economic effects of the standard might be, and many others.” Business Green says this method of public comment is unusual for such an important piece of legislation -- and asks -- does that mean it’s in trouble? “Bingaman's office insisted the decision to seek public feedback was not an indication the bill was facing difficulties, arguing instead that the approach would help build broad support for the legislation.” Bingaman isn’t sure about the specific goals of the clean energy plan -- curbing pollutants, lowering electricity rates, or spurring certain technologies? That uncertainty prompts David Roberts from Grist to call the president’s plan “hopey-changey”. “It's a pretty good rule of thumb that if you can't lay out the goals of your policy clearly, you're unlikely to design it well… Given my current state of high cynicism, I would be gobsmacked if anything substantive on clean energy passed this Congress.” Bingaman admits to Bloomberg -- he’s facing an uphill battle. SEN. BINGAMAN: “It’s tough, it’s tough. And anything’s tough in Washington these days. But this of course will be tough too. But we’re working on it, and we hope we can make some progress.” In 2009 Bingaman pushed a Renewable Energy Standard through the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources but it ultimately failed in Congress. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY JJ BAILEY You're watching multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Public blowback as a survey released Public Policy Polling suggests that 46% of Republicans in Mississippi think interracial marriage should be illegal. The survey was conducted from March 24-27 and surveyed 400 Republican voters. Nested in with questions about which presidential candidates they preferred, respondents were asked: Do you think interracial marriage should be legal or illegal? When published, the results when straight into newscasts. “Almost half of mississippi republicans think interracial marriage should be against the Not surprising in the same poll mississippi republicans think their governor, haley barbour, should be the gop nominee for president.” And the blogosphere’s reaction was fast and furious. A Care 2 writer fumes... “Since interracial marriage has been legal in Mississippi for less than fifty years, this poll result is even more depressing. After all, the respondents weren't simply passing a moral judgment on interracial marriage, they were saying that they thought it should be banned outright.” And a writer for The Stir takes it a step further, attacking the citizens of Mississippi. “No, these survey results do not date back to the Civil War or Civil Rights Movement. They're from today, 2011. Are these people out of their minds, or is Mississippi stuck in some kind of hate-filled time warp? I tend to think it's more so the latter …” Despite PPP being taken at its word - many are noting, the firm is not unbiased. The Daily Mail called the firm Democrat-affiliated- while the Antlantic Wire called it liberal-leaning. (AOC) And a writer for Discover Magazine dissected the numbers further, comparing the results to General Social Survey, a study that was repeated every year for 30 years until 2002. He says, the numbers don’t quite add up. “By 2002 it was a consistent finding that less than 10% of Americans would accede to the proposition that interracial marriage should be legally banned. So the finding that 46% of Mississippi Republicans agree with that position, and that only 40% reject it outright, is somewhat curious.” He goes on to break down the results by political ideology, noting that Mississippi Republicans who identified as “Very Liberal” or “Somewhat Liberal” were the most in favor of banning interracial marriage, which may have clouded the results. “I think the liberal Republican opposition to interracial marriage in Mississippi is due to small sample size and mistaken responses. I really doubt there are very many liberal Republicans in Mississippi.” Finally, Talking Points Memo takes a look at what these responses mean for presidential hopefuls in 2012. “The poll also found that voters who thought interracial marriage should be banned liked Barbour, Palin, and Huckabee the most among the slate of potential GOP presidential candidates. Seventy-nine percent of those voters said they approved of Gov. Barbour's job performance, while 74% said they had a favorable opinion of Sarah Palin, and 73% viewed Huckabee favorably.” PPP has said they also asked non-Republican voters the interracial marriage question, and those results will be released sometime in the future. They also asked whether respondents believe the right side won the Civil War. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for health video news updates in your feed. Get more multisource politics video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
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