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Republicans On 2012 Presidential Candidates: 'Idiots,' 'Incompetent,' 'Unimpressed'

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Asked to choose a single word to describe the Republican slate of candidates, fully 37 percent of self identified Republicans and Republican leaners chose a word with a negative connotation -- with "not impressed/unimpressed" the most commonly mentioned phrase.

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