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Dont be too quick to mistake tea party for Perot movement

by canderson

On The Washington Post’s website today, Dan Balz writes about the Tea Party movement.

In 1992, 53 percent of those who backed Perot for president described themselves as moderate, with 27 percent calling themselves conservative and 20 percent liberal, according to the exit polls. Among tea party activists, the Post poll and the CBS-New York Times poll both found that nearly three-quarters called themselves conservative. David Winston, a Republican pollster, pegged the group’s makeup as 65 percent conservative, 26 percent moderate.

Dont be too quick to mistake tea party for Perot movement [The Washington Post].