Another Presidential Poll to Ignore

Early surveys tell us very little about how people will wind up voting.
Being a governor worked for Bill Clinton in 1992. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg

A Pew Research Center poll finds that, compared with 2008, a lot more Americans view experience as a governor as the best preparation for the White House; fewer see service in Congress as a "top positive" for a candidate.

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