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October 14,

14, 2016
2016
October

January 18, 2007

John McCain
Progressive Media
January 13-15, 2007
802 likely voters in ten battleground states: CO, FL, IA, MO, NV, NH, NM, OH, VA, WI

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14, 2016
2016
October

Country Ready for Change

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14, 2016
2016
October

More than two-thirds feel country seriously off track


Generally speaking, do you think things in the country are going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten
pretty seriously off on the wrong track?

Wrong track

-51

Right Direction

-41
69

66

25
18

Right direction

Wrong track

Presidential Battleground

Right direction

Wrong track
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*Note: National data from Democracy Corps poll of 1,024 likely voters nationwide conducted December 14-17, 2007.

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Iraq is top reason country headed in wrong direction


Now I am going to read you a list of phrases that people use to describe why our country is going in the wrong
direction. After I read the list, please tell me which TWO come closest to your own views of why the country is going
in the wrong direction.*

28

America bogged down and spending billions in Iraq


Our dependence on foreign oil, high gas prices and
global warming
Washington dominated by special interests and
corruption and not responsible to people
Our leaders doing nothing about the health care
problem

19
18
17
17

Jobs and work being outsourced to China and India


The middle class squeezed while the economy is
weakened
High taxes, pork-barrel spending and government
not under control
Our borders left unprotected and illegal immigration
is growing

15
13
9
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*Note: This question was only asked of those who responded that the country was going in the wrong direction.

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Winning war on terrorism tops why country headed in right direction


Now I am going to read you a list of phrases that people use to describe why our country is going in the right
direction. After I read the list, please tell me which TWO come closest to your own views of why the country is going
in the right direction.

America has not been attacked since 9-11 b/c


we're pro-active in the fight against terrorism

42
26

Tax cuts keep the economy on the right track

24

We are making progress in the war in Iraq


National leaders today have good family values and
respect for religious faith

18
16

Technology is making life better


Businesses are prospering

Less regulation and people and individuals are freer


and have more choices

Individuals financial situations are improving

8
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*Note: This question was only asked of those who responded that the country was going in the right direction.

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

For many, Bush on ballot in 2008


Even though he has served two terms and is not running again, do you think of your vote for President next year as a
vote for George W. Bush and his policies, as a vote against George W. Bush and his policies or isn't George W. Bush
much of a factor in your vote?

Vote against Bush

Vote for Bush

Not much impact

+26

41

41

15

Vote against Bush

Vote for Bush

Not much impact


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14, 2016
2016
October

Bush, Republican Party and Iraq viewed unfavorably


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Cool

Warm

Net

32

56

George W. Bush

43

The Republican Party

60

-7

41

57

The Iraq war

80

36

34

The Democratic Party

-24

+7

-30

27
40

20

20

40
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14, 2016
2016
October

The Election

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14, 2016
2016
October

Presidential Candidate Thermometers


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Cool

Warm

Net

34

Barack Obama

38

John Edwards

Mitt Romney

43

Mike Huckabee

42

60

40

-8

43

+7

25

50

Rudy Giuliani

-3

40
36

John McCain

+12

35

48

Hillary Clinton

80

46

20

-18

23

-19

23

-27

20

40
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60

80

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14, 2016
2016
October

Barack Obama Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60

46

50
40
30

37
37

34

20
10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

+0

Page+12
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October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Hillary Clinton Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60

52

48

37

40

50
40
30
20
10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

-15

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14, 2016
2016
October

John McCain Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60
50
40
30
20

43
34
36

33

10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

+1

+7|
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14, 2016
2016
October

Rudy Giuliani Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60
50

50
45

40
30

33

20

23

10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

-12

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14, 2016
2016
October

Mitt Romney Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60

43

50
40

35

30
20

26

25

10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

-9

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14, 2016
2016
October

Mike Huckabee Thermometer Rating


Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred
meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE
feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold.

Warm

Cool

80
70
60
50
40

42
30

30
20

27

23

10
0
Dec-07

Net
Difference

Jan-08

-3

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October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Generic Democrat leads Presidential race by 8 points


I know it is a long way off, but thinking about the election in 2008, if the election for president were held today, for whom
would you vote -- the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate?
Democrat

Lean Democrat

Republican

Lean Republican

+8
51
47

43
38

Democrat

Republican
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

McCain edges out Clinton


Now let me ask you again about your vote for President but with the candidate names. I know it is a long way off, but if
the election for president were held today and the candidates were -- Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John
McCain, for whom would you vote?
Clinton

Lean Clinton

McCain

-3

-5
48

43

47

43

44

41

43

40

Hillary Clinton

John McCain

Initial

Lean McCain

Hillary Clinton

John McCain

Final
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Obamas lead on McCain stable


Now let me ask you again about your vote for President but with the candidate names. I know it is a long way off, but if
the election for president were held today and the candidates were -- Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John
McCain, for whom would you vote?
Obama

Lean Obama

46

Barack Obama

Initial

Lean McCain

+3

+4
48

McCain

44

45

43

44

John McCain

Barack Obama

42
40

John McCain

Final
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

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14, 2016
2016
October

Hillary lags among Independents


I know it is a long way off, but thinking about the election in 2008, if the election for president were held today, for whom
would you vote -- the Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate?
Democrat
Republican

+9

+11

-7

49

47
40

Lean Democrat
Lean Republican

36

48

48
40

41

38

40

John McCain

Hillary Clinton

47

28

Generic
Democrat

Generic
Republican

Barack Obama

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John McCain

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Combined Democrat v. John McCain


Now let me ask you again about your vote for President but with the candidate names. I know it is a long way off, but if
the election for president were held today and the candidates were [Combined Democrat] and Republican John
McCain, for whom would you vote?
McCain

Combined Democrat

-76

+1

+66

85

79

45

44

13
Combined
Democrat

John McCain

Democrats

9
Combined
Democrat

John McCain

Independents

Combined
Democrat

John McCain

Republicans
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Democrats losing base voters against McCain


Now let me ask you again about your vote for President but with the candidate names. I know it is a long way off, but if
the election for president were held today and the candidates were Democratic candidate or Republican candidate /
[Combined Democrat] and Republican John McCain, for whom would you vote? [Among Democrats only]
Democrat

Republican

+66

+89
93
79

13
4
Democrat

Republican

Generic Presidential Vote

Combined Democrat

John McCain

Combined Democrat v. John McCain


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14, 2016
2016
October

Attributes

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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Hillary: strong leader, but willing to say anything to win


Now, I am going to read you another list of words and phrases which people use to describe political figures. For each
word or phrase, please tell me whether it describes Democrat Hillary Clinton very well, well, not too well, or not well at all.

Not Well

Well

Net

Positive Attributes
Strong Leader

37

60

+23

Honest and Trustworthy

48

48

+0

Will bring the right kind of change

49

47

-2

Will say or do anything to get elected

33

Divides, rather than unites the country

Negative Attributes

37

Too Liberal
80

63

60

40

+19

56

+7

51

44
20

20

40

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60

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14, 2016
2016
October

Obama: honest, trustworthy leader to bring the right kind of change


Now, I am going to read you another list of words and phrases which people use to describe political figures. For each
word or phrase, please tell me whether it describes Democrat Barack Obama very well, well, not too well, or not well at all.

Not Well

Net

Positive Attributes
Honest and Trustworthy

20

Strong Leader

60

35

Too liberal

42

46

Will say or do anything to get elected

54
60

40

20

20

+49
+31
+22

57

48

Weak on national security

80

69

29

Will bring the right kind of change

Negative Attributes

Well

-6

39

-7

40

-14

40

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14, 2016
2016
October

McCain seen as stand up guy


Now, I am going to read you another list of words and phrases which people use to describe political figures. For each
word or phrase, please tell me whether it describes Republican John McCain very well, well, not too well, or not well at all.

Not Well

Positive Attributes

Well

Net

Honest and Trustworthy

22

Strong Leader

71

24

Will bring the right kind of change

69

45

Has been in Washington too long

+49
+45
-1

44

53

38

-15

54

38

-16

37

-19

Negative Attributes
Too Close to Bush
Will say or do anything to get elected
80

56
60

40

20

20

40
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Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

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14, 2016
2016
October

Voters open to idea that McCain is part of problem


Now, I am going to read you another list of words and phrases which people use to describe political figures. For each
word or phrase, please tell me whether it describes Republican John McCain very well, well, not too well, or not well at all.

Not Well

Net

Has been in DC too long


Initial

53

38

Well

Net Shift

-15
+25

Final

43

53

+10

Too close to Bush


Initial

38

54

-16
+25

Final

43

52

+9

Honest/Trustworthy
Initial

22

71

+49
-22

Final

80

34
60

40

61
20

20

40

60
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+27
80
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

Independents buy McCain as part of problem


Now, I am going to read you another list of words and phrases which people use to describe political figures. For each
word or phrase, please tell me whether it describes Republican John McCain very well, well, not too well, or not well at all.

Not Well

Net

Honest/Trustworthy
Initial

23

71

Well

Net Shift

+48
-28

Final

37

57

+20

Right Kind of Change


Initial

42

44

-2
-27

Final

32

61

-29

Too Close To Bush


Initial

51

42

-9
+25

Final

80

39
60

*Note: Response among independents

40

+16

55
20

20

40

60
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October

Positives Messages

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14, 2016
2016
October

Clinton championed health care reform; fiscally responsible


Now, I am going to read you some reasons people give for supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton. Please tell me which
ONE of these would be the top reason to support Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Has championed health care reform and


helped create the Children's Health Insurance
Program

21

Supports a return to fiscal responsibility while


protecting Medicare and Social Security

20

Has the experience necessary to lead the


country from day one

14

Supports a timetable for getting our troops out


of Iraq
Wrote legislation that barred a congressional
pay raise unless the minimum wage is also
increased

12
6
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14, 2016
2016
October

Obama will move past partisan bickering, gridlock


Now, I am going to read you some reasons people give for supporting Democrat Barack Obama. Please tell me which
ONE of these would be the top reason to support Democrat Barack Obama.

Will work with both parties to find solutions


and move us past partisan bickering and
gridlock.

30

Proposed reforms that will make the tax code


work for the middle class, not just the wealthy

17

Championed bipartisan ethics reform to root


out the corrupting influence of lobbyists in
Congress
Publicly opposed the Iraq war from the very
beginning
Passed bipartisan legislation to provide health
coverage for 154,000 uninsured Illinoisans

13
12
10
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McCain lauded for straight talk and foreign policy/military experience


Now I am going to read you another list, but this time a list of reasons some people give for supporting Republican John
McCain. Please tell me which ONE of these would be the top reason to support Republican John McCain.

Has long been known as a straight talking


maverick for telling people the truth rather
than what will get him elected
Has decades of foreign policy and military
experience, including brave service in the
Vietnam War
Won the "Taxpayer's Hero Award" three
times for his efforts to fight pork barrel
spending and special interests

27
27
13

Will modernize our armed services so they


can better fight Islamic extremism
Led the effort to pass bipartisan campaign
finance reform

10
7
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October

Negative Messaging Against Democrats

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October

Hillary supports the mother of all tax increases


Now, I am going to read you some reasons people give for opposing Democrat Hillary Clinton. Please tell me which
TWO of these would be the top reasons NOT to support Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Clinton supports a 1.3 trillion dollar tax hike called


"the mother of all tax increases."

20

Clinton supported drivers' licenses for illegal aliens,


then flip-flopped and claimed she didn't.

19

Clinton locked away millions of documents about


her White House years until after the election

18

Clinton has taken more money from lobbyists and


special interests than any other candidate.

16

Clinton voted repeatedly against emergency funding


bills for U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan

16

Clinton was forced to return $850,000 in


contributions after her chief fundraiser was indicted

15

Clinton opposes laws that would allow us to listen-in


on terrorists' phone calls.
Clinton refused to condemn a liberal group that
accused our commander in Iraq of treason

10
7
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14, 2016
2016
October

Tax increases and flip-flops most damaging Hillary negatives


Let me read you a series of statements about Democrat Hillary Clinton. For each statement,
please tell me whether this description, if accurate, raises very serious doubts, serious
doubts, minor doubts or no real doubts in your own mind about Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Very
Total
Serious
Doubts
Doubts

Clinton supports a tax plan that has been called "the mother of all tax increases"
and will be the largest tax increase in American history, repealing the Bush tax cuts
and adding trillions in new taxes. She says she will only tax the rich, but you can
be sure her definition of rich is every working American.

36

66

Clinton has pandered to the extreme anti-war radicals by voting to cut off funds to
the troops in Iraq and supporting liberals' attack on General Petraeus. She opposes
laws to let us listen-in on terrorists' phone calls and she would handcuff
interrogators who are trying to save American lives

35

64

Clinton will say and do anything to win. She supported the war in Iraq, now she
wants to cut all funding for the troops she helped send to war. She supported
drivers licenses for illegal immigrants, then flip-flopped when the politics changed.
One of her top fundraisers has been indicted for fraud and she is being sued by a
former staffer for massive campaign finance violations.

35

63

Clinton represents the Washington establishment and cant bring the kind of
change we need. She makes decisions based on polls, not principles and is
beholden to the special interests in Washington. If elected, we will have the same
kind of polarized politics that we have had for the past fifteen years.

29

57

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October

Obama supports 2 trillion dollars in new taxes


Now, I am going to read you some reasons people give for opposing Democrat Barack Obama Please tell me which
TWO of these would be the top reasons NOT to support Democrat Barack Obama.

21

Obama supports 2 trillion dollars in new taxes


Obama did not cover his heart during the national
anthem and he stopped wearing an American flag pin
Obama voted repeatedly against emergency funding
bills for U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan
Obama voted against allowing people to use
handguns to defend themselves against intruders
Obama would negotiate with the leaders of terrorist
nations like Iran and North Korea.
Obama is ranked as one of the ten most liberal
members of the Senate.
Obama's father was a Muslim and grew up among
Muslims in the world's most populous Islamic country
Obama benefited from a land deal from a contributor
who has been indicted for corruption.
Obama supports giving driver's licenses to
undocumented immigrants
Obama described his former use of cocaine as using
"a little blow."

16
15
14
13
13
12
11
10
3

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Tax increases and liberal positions most damaging Obama negatives


Very
Serious
Doubts

Total
Serious
Doubts

Obama supports a tax plan that has been called "the mother of all tax increases" and
will be the largest tax increase in American history. He wants to repeal the Bush tax
cuts and raise the Social Security tax by over a trillion dollars. His tax increases will
damage the economy and hurt the pocketbooks of average Americans.

38

66

Obama is one of the 10 "Most Liberal Senators" in Congress. He supports gay


adoptions and driver's licenses for illegal immigrants, but he voted against allowing
people to use handguns to defend against intruders in their homes. He even opposed
medical care for aborted fetuses who survived the abortion procedure.

32

57

Obama has said that he would personally negotiate with the leaders of terrorist
nations yet he also wants to attack Pakistan, a long time ally of the United States. No
wonder newspapers across the country have said he has "yet to prove he has as
much substance as style."

25

57

Obama will say or do anything to get elected. He talks about reigning in lobbyists, but
his campaign chairman lobbies for the big drug companies. And he supported funding
for the war in Iraq until liberal interest groups pressured him, then flip-flopped and
voted against a bill that provided billions in needed funding for our troops in the field.

21

57

25

44

Let me read you a series of statements about Democrat Barack Obama. For each statement,
please tell me whether this description, if accurate, raises very serious doubts, serious
doubts, minor doubts or no real doubts in your own mind about Democrat Barack Obama.

Obama is not patriotic enough to be our president. His father was a Muslim and he
grew up in the world's most populated Islamic country. At a recent public event he
didn't cover his heart during the national anthem and he has also recently stopped
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wearing an American flag pin.

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

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October

Messaging to Expose John McCain

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October

McCain wants to send more troops to Iraq and keep them for 100 years
Now, I am going to read you some reasons people give for opposing Republican John McCain Please tell me which
TWO of these would be the top reasons NOT to support Republican John McCain.
McCain w ants to send more troops to Iraq; he's alright w ith
keeping our troops there for the next 100+ years
McCain is 71 and has been in Washington for 26 years. If
elected, he w ill be the oldest president ever
After initially opposing President Bush's economic policy,
McCain has now embraced it
In 2006, McCain led the fight to give illegal immigrants
citizenship, but now he taking a harder line
McCain has 32 lobbyists among his chief fundraisers, and
his campaign chairman is a lobbyist for Saudi Arabia.
McCain took nearly half a million dollars from the oil
companies and voted to keep their tax breaks
In 2000, McCain opposed overturning Roe v. Wade, but now
he says he w ould ban all abortions
McCain said that the Iraq w ar w ould be "easy;" he has voted
in support of Bush's policy in Iraq 100% of the time.
In 2000 John McCain called Jerry Falw ell an "agent of
intolerance." This year he has embraced Falw ell.
McCain intervened w ith fed. regulators to help a corporate
exec buy a TV station after receiving over $100,000.

22
16
14
14
14
14
12
11
10
8
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Tying McCain to Bush on war, economy most successful


Very
Serious
Doubts

Total
Serious
Doubts

Like Dick Cheney, McCain repeatedly insisted that the war in Iraq would be "easy" and that we
would be greeted as liberators. He voted in support of Bush's Iraq policy 100 percent the time and
his current position is "stay the course, no matter what." He wants to send more troops to Iraq and
will leave it up to the Iraqis how long we stay in Iraq, even if that means our troops are there for
100 years or more.

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McCain is out of touch with middle class Americans on important economic issues, just like
George Bush. McCain opposes increasing the minimum wage, wants to privatize Social Security
and extend the Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans, and he even backed Bush's decision to
veto a bill to extend health insurance to 10 million kids.

29

58

When it comes to special interests, McCain is a hypocrite. A non-partisan study found McCain has
32 lobbyists among his chief fundraisers, more than any other presidential contender. He says he's
never done favors for anyone, but he intervened with federal regulators to help a corporate pal buy
a local TV station after taking four trips on his corporate jets and twenty thousand dollars in
contributions.

27

59

McCain will do or say anything to get elected. In the last election he called ultra-right-wing
preachers "evil agents of intolerance" and the Swift Boat group "dishonest and dishonorable," but
in his efforts to pander to the far-right, he now courts both groups. McCain has even changed his
positions on abortion and immigration in his attempt to appease the far right.

25

54

21

44

McCain is just another member of the corrupt Washington political establishment. He has been a
Washington insider and politician for 26 years and if elected, McCain would be 72 years-old, the
oldest person ever elected president. John McCain is a lifelong politician and cannot bring the
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change this country needs.

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner

October 14,
14, 2016
2016
October

McCain represents Bushs failed policies on Iraq, the economy


Now I am going to read you a list of conclusions some people have drawn about Republican John McCain, please tell
me based on what youve just heard, which ONE causes you the most concern about Republican John McCain.

McCain represents more of the same failed


Bush policies on Iraq

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As president, McCain would be a contination


of Bush's economic policies

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McCain is a Washington insiders who can't


bring the change we need
McCain is a hypocrite when it comes to
special interests
McCain will do or say anything to get elected

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