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How Women Respond to Debate Policy, Tone and Body Language?

  • Aired: 10/12/2012
  • 07:19
  • Rating: E
Coming off the vice presidential debate, Jeffrey Brown talks to Democratic pollster Celinda Lake and Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway about the ways the presidential candidates and their running mates have or haven't addressed issues that are important to female voters, paying particular attention to the debate performances.
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