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In the spring of 1992, James Carville, then the political strategist for the ultimately successful presidential candidate, Bill Clinton, hung a sign in his office, “It’s the economy, stupid.” The message: The state of the economy is the most significant and decisive issue in a federal presidential campaign. The ultimately victorious Clinton campaign would focus almost exclusively on the recessionary ...
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    • Domestic politics 54.79%
    • National, regional, local elections 45.21%

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