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What You Should Know / July 7, 2010

teapartygop poll2 -- The scads of media coverage about the burgeoning "tea party" effort has focused heavily on the idea that those who identify themselves as part of the movement are political free agents -- dismissive of both parties and Washington in general. New data out of Gallup suggests that premise isn't right, as nearly seven in 10 tea party supporters describe themselves as "conservative Republicans." All told, nearly 80 percent of tea party supporters describe themselves as Republicans, while 15 percent say they are Democrats and just six percent are, in their own minds, "pure independents."

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  • 1. FrankMcG  |  July 7th, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Who the hell wrote this headline? Show me one person who fell for the Tea Party movement who wasn’t already a die hard grouchy conservative. It is a movement entirely made up of greying blobs. At the very best you’ll get a couple kids dragged along by their parents or a couple young republican types in suits.

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