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Poll: Majority in US Want Senate to Vote on Supreme Court Nominee

A new survey in the United States shows that nearly two-thirds of Americans agree with Democrats' demands that the Republican-controlled Senate ought to hold hearings and vote on President Barack Obama's nominee to the Supreme Court, but that for many voters, the dispute is not that big of an issue. The Associated Press-GfK poll released Wednesday found that only about 1 in 5 voters was closely following the Washington dispute over Obama's nomination of appellate court judge...

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