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Privately, Republicans aides in Virginia and New Jersey say that a Palin appearance with their candidates could offend swing voters who are turned off by the polarizing Alaskan.
FACING calls for his resignation at this week's Brighton conference after another round of opinion polls, Gordon Brown can smile again (but in private please, Gordo) at the news that key swing voter Nancy Dell'Olio has pledged her support to Labour.
Japan's electorate has long been risk-averse, and a large proportion of undecided voters suggests that both Aso and Hatoyama have yet to energise swing voters with their policy pledges for the world's number two economy.
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