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Poll: High marks for Obama's Sandy response
 
President Obama talks to workers after a briefing on Hurricane Sandy at the FEMA headquarters on Oct. 28.
President Obama talks to workers after a briefing on Hurricane Sandy at the FEMA headquarters on Oct. 28.
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According to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll released on Wednesday, 78 percent of respondents said they approved of President Obama's response to Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged the Eastern Seaboard earlier this week. The poll came out as Obama toured stricken areas of New Jersey with Republican Governor Chris Christie, who has effusively praised the president for his outreach and cooperation, giving Obama a helpful bipartisan boost just days before the presidential election.

 

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