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Split your ticket, American voters

Washington

THERE was a time when ticket splitting was common. Voters would support one party's candidate for president and the other's for Congress. At its peak in 1972, ticket splitters represented 30 per cent of voters, reports political scientist Alan Abramowitz of Emory University.

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