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  • "So much of this debate is about national budgets as opposed to family budgets, and I think we need to get this out of conference room tables and onto kitchen tables," said Democrat pollster Celinda Lake.

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  • “The shocking story is that Democratic voters in Democratic primaries vote for the Democrats,” said longtime pollster Celinda Lake, tongue-in-cheek.

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  • "These are very, very strong numbers," Democratic pollster and political strategist Celinda Lake told reporters on a conference call Tuesday afternoon.

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  • Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster who has worked with HCAN and others on health care reform, was similarly upbeat.

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  • Democratic leaders accept that the "enthusiasm gap" between the parties is real, but are trying to counter it with tens of millions of dollars aimed at getting out the vote, said Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster working on a number of House races.

    GOP in Lead in Final Lap

  • Democratic pollster Celinda Lake also argued that the arrival of tea party candidates has given Democrats fresh hope.

    Democrats Seek to Manage Expectations

  • Earlier this summer, Celinda Lake released a survey of "Public Support for Family Planning," which found that a strong majority of Republicans 73 percent believe that family planning services, including birth control and contraceptives, are "important" to basic preventative health care services.

    Robert Walker: "Pro-Family Planning" Republicans?

  • Democratic pollster Celinda Lake, who with Republican Ed Goeas polled 1,000 likely voters from July 19-23, said that while nearly three of four Americans still like the president personally, "majorities think the administration is spending too much and doing too many things."

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  • A recent Celinda Lake poll shows that concern over jobs outweighs deficit concerns by 2 to 1, and that 77% of the public opposes cutting Social Security.

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  • Celinda Lake, top pollster, spoke about messaging.

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