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Furman Presidential Poll

OCTOBER 4, 2012
by John Roberts, Newspage Editor

With the presidential election a month away, the Furman Newspage is polling our university community. What issues are important to you? Who won the first presidential debate? Who will you vote for in November? Please participate. We will announce the results next week. There are two polls, one for faculty and staff and another for students.

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