Election 2002: Turnout vs. Tune Out

Each party's regulars will hit the polls, but the Religious Right and swing voters may stay home. That makes this one tough to call

One of the most unpredictable and confusing midterm election seasons in recent history is coming down to the wire. Within the past week, four respected national polls -- Gallup, Ipsos-Reid, Fox/Opinion Dynamics, and Pew Research Center -- all indicated that the American people were nearly evenly divided in their congressional voting preference.

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