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May 1, 2012
Here's a sentence I didn't anticipate writing today: I think pollster Frank Luntz is onto something.
As part of the Washington Post Outlook section's "5 Myths" series, Luntz makes the case that ordinary voters who call themselves "conservative" aren't obsessed with reducing the size of government; don't want to deport illegal immigrants en masse; aren't big fans of Wall Street; want to preserve Medicare and Social Security; and agree with liberals that income inequality is at least problematic.