From Public Policy Polling's survey of Republican voters comes this:
GOP voters think that the ACORN threat has gone down significantly. In November of 2009 we found 52% of Republicans thought ACORN had stolen the election for Barack Obama in 2008. Now only 25% think the organization will steal the election for him again next year, while 43% think it will not and 32% aren't sure yet.
On March 21, 2010 -- one year ago -- ACORN's board decided to shut down. On November 2, they filed for Chapter 7. The organization has not existed in months. But this number is actually 2 points higher than the number who, last fall, thought the collapsing ACORN would steal some midterm elections for Democrats.
has kept up
on the activities of ACORN splinter groups -- some survived -- but to believe that the mortally wounded network has the power to steal elections at
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