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PBS NEWSHOUR

Would a third major party ease Congressional gridlock?

  • Aired: 10/13/2013
  • 04:18
  • Rating: NR
For the past 10 years, Gallup has asked: Do the Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job representing the American people or do they do such a poor job that a third major party is needed? This week, respondents saying the two major parties did an adequate job hit an all-time low. Nathan Gonzales, Deputy Editor of the Rothenberg Political Report joins Hari Sreenivasan.
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Gallup poll says need for a third party at a 10-year high.
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