The Week in Polls: Number of Eligible Latino Voters Swells in 2012

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America Is Not Impressed

Days before President Obama and Mitt Romney face off in the first presidential debate on Oct. 3, the candidates may want to focus on winning over a lukewarm public. In a Pew poll published Sept. 24, 54 percent of people said they are either "very" or "fairly satisfied" with the presidential choices this year, compared to 40 percent who disapproved altogether. 

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