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The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

60 per­cent of vot­ers in bat­tle­ground states have re­ceived recorded “robo­call” cam­paign mes­sages from Pres­i­dent Obama and Mitt Rom­ney.

77 per­cent say the calls are a “mi­nor an­noy­ance”; 20 per­cent say the calls make them an­gry.

42 per­cent of all vot­ers, 41 per­cent of vot­ers in blue states and 33 per­cent of vot­ers in red states have re­ceived the robo­calls.

81 per­cent of all vot­ers, 85 per­cent of blue state vot­ers and 79 per­cent of red state vot­ers say the calls are an an­noy­ance.

16 per­cent of all vot­ers, 13 per­cent of blue state vot­ers and 17 per­cent of red state vot­ers say the calls make them an­gry.

64 per­cent of bat­tle­ground vot­ers don’t lis­ten to the calls; 69 per­cent of all vot­ers, 71 per­cent of blue state vot­ers and 72 per­cent of red state vot­ers do not lis­ten to the calls.

Source: A Pew Re­search Cen­ter poll of 1,678 reg­is­tered U.S. vot­ers, plus 574 red state vot­ers, 722 blue state vot­ers and 382 bat­tle­ground-state vot­ers, con­ducted Oct. 25-28. ‘tabloid cli­ma­tol­o­gists’ will per­vert sci­ence and try to claim Sandy as some sort of ‘proof’ of man-made global warm­ing. The new nor­mal for cli­mate ac­tivists is their ever shift­ing claims as they morph the en­tire an­thro­pogenic global warm­ing ar­gu­ment to fo­cus on ex­treme weather,” of­fers Cli­mate De­pot founder Marc Mo­rano, coun­ter­ing Mr. Gore, Meghan McCain and other “warmists” speak­ing out on the hur­ri­cane, plus the press cov­er­age they en­gen­der.

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