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Poll shows an unsatisfied presidential electorate

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(CNN) - A majority of Americans would consider voting against President Obama in the 2012 election, and of those voters a strong majority wished another candidate would jump in the race, according to a new national poll.


Thirty-six percent of those surveyed in a Bloomberg News Poll out Thursday said they will definitely vote for another candidate in the next election and 27 percent said they would consider another candidate, while 30 percent said they will definitely vote for Obama.

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