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  • Voters say Democrats failed to deliver on promised changes, especially with the war in Iraq, which helped them win control of Congress in the midterm elections, said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute in Hamden, Conn.

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  • "The war is still going on, which is a reason many of them voted Democrat," he said. "Voters want results, and this indicates they are not liking so far what they are getting."

    Reid adjusts antiwar strategy →

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