The Obama voters mostly stayed in bed this year, and the Republican voters... well, they're not really sure what happened to those in 2008. But one thing is clear: neither of those two groups had very much crossover.
- Ones that got really excited about hopenchange and rallied for Obama in 2008.
- Ones that got really mad at the recent spat of Democratic proposals, and came out to support R's.
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