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CNN 2011-06-16

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Seven candidates line up tonight for a GOP president held by CNN, WMUR, and "The New Hampshire Union Leader." Going into it, something pretty interesting. There seems to have been a shift in what Americans want from their government, their leaders.

Don Lemon is in Manchester, New Hampshire, talking to voters.

So, Don, tell us about the shift.

Well, but, first -- first, I want to know. Do you have your popcorn1, Kyra? You're going to be watching. You're going to be glued to the television.

I'm waiting for the Twinkies that you offered me up on Friday.

They'll be there. FedEx is going to deliver them to you. If they don't, I'll bring them back to you next week.

You know, since the first time that CNN has been taking these polls since 1993, as you said, there's been a shift in what Americans find important. And I want to preface this by saying, if you don't have money, you can't afford the gas to get to the polls, then probably values aren't going to get you there. What's going to get you there is the money,a candidate who is going to put money in your pocket, a candidate who will get a job for you when unemployment is so high.

Here is what we found. And we can put up the numbers there. Since the first time, people have been.Qe asked people about traditional values.

Here's what they responded. Do you want traditional values? Should these candidates be promoting that? Forty-six percent said yes. But there's the interesting thing, it's falling below 50 percent. Fifty percent said no. And that's even since last summer, it's dropped. Those numbers in the summer were 53 percent and 44 percent. And that's simply because of the economy.

And it's interesting. Since we have been here, before this poll even came out, we had been talking to people in New Hampshire and every time we bring up something like values, because that's what these candidates, especially someone like Rick Santorum, Mitt2 Romney, they're all talking about traditional values. And when we asked them about it, they said, listen, we don't want to talk about it. We want to know about jobs. Am I going to get a job? I'm out of work right now. Is the economy going to get better? Is government going to get smaller? Are we going to stop all this spending? And, so we were talking to them.

I want you to listen and then you and I will talk about it.

I think people promote the values and the values change and society changes. I mean, if you did traditional values, we'd still be in a segregated3 society. Think about that.

I don't think it's ,what people do in their homes is any of the government's business. If people want to do something, as long as they're not hurting anybody else, I don't have a problem with that.

And also interesting. You might say where does that number fall when it comes to Republicans? Even, it's down even for Republicans.

Six in 10 Republicans say, you know what, we need to know about job and the economy. We don't really need to know about traditional values. They still think it's important but that number is down. It's down for Republicans, as well, and also for Independents.

So, there you go. When these candidates are up on the stage tonight, people are going to want to hear out of their mouths, how are you going to get me a job, Kyra? How are you going to fix the economy? Stay out of my bedroom, stay out of my personal business. Those are second tier issues and they'll talk about that after they get to work.

OK. So looking at the seven candidates then, that will all be debating tonight. Whose name keeps coming up when you talk to these folks? You're talking to them about the issues.

Who are the folks the most excited about?

Well, I think the name that keeps coming up the most is probably Mitt Romney, because, you know, from these parts. He's from Massachusetts and it's the neighboring state here so his name comes up. So he's got a lot on the line here. They also want to know what Newt Gingrich is going to say, since, you know, his staff, the bulk of it, resigned last week.

And the interesting thing that I've been talking to Mr. Mark Preston who's sitting right here out of.Herman Cain is really coming up in the polls. People are interested in him. And who would've thunk a virtual unknown and now people are interested. He's starting to pull up in the polls. So it's going to be,I want to hear what he has to say and I want to really know what's behind his popularity. What's behind his popularity, Mark Preston?

He's a strong conservative with a great story.

He's a strong conservative with a great story. Mark Preston just summed it up. The voice of reason, we'll say, sitting off to my left.

I don't know if you, Don, remember when he was here in Atlanta, gave that speech. I listened to it.

Yeah.

And he definitely gets the crowd fired up. He has a way of ad-libbing and getting the crowd energized4. So you never know what he's going to say, which is also very interesting, as well.

That is.That is.And there's a difference, though, between getting a crowd revved5 up and also drawing people into the polls and having enough power, really, to win and become really the leading candidate. So I think he's sort of trending right now. But in order to hold that, he's going to have to do a lot more than get the crowds fired up.

All right. Don Lemon and our Mark Preston right by his side there in New Hampshire.Thanks, guys.You can watch the Republican candidates debate


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1 popcorn 8lUzJI     
n.爆米花
参考例句:
  • I like to eat popcorn when I am watching TV play at home.当我在家观看电视剧时,喜欢吃爆米花。
  • He still stood behind his cash register stuffing his mouth with popcorn.他仍站在收银机后,嘴里塞满了爆米花。
2 mitt Znszwo     
n.棒球手套,拳击手套,无指手套;vt.铐住,握手
参考例句:
  • I gave him a baseball mitt for his birthday.为祝贺他的生日,我送给他一只棒球手套。
  • Tom squeezed a mitt and a glove into the bag.汤姆把棒球手套和手套都塞进袋子里。
3 segregated 457728413c6a2574f2f2e154d5b8d101     
分开的; 被隔离的
参考例句:
  • a culture in which women are segregated from men 妇女受到隔离歧视的文化
  • The doctor segregated the child sick with scarlet fever. 大夫把患猩红热的孩子隔离起来。
4 energized bb204e54f08e556db01b90c79563076e     
v.给予…精力,能量( energize的过去式和过去分词 );使通电
参考例句:
  • We are energized by love if we put our energy into loving. 如果我们付出能量去表现爱意,爱就会使我们充满活力。 来自辞典例句
  • I am completely energized and feeling terrific. 我充满了活力,感觉非常好。 来自辞典例句
5 revved a5e14af176543ac9ad2bb089d5b9f39f     
v.(使)加速( rev的过去式和过去分词 );(数量、活动等)激增;(使发动机)快速旋转;(使)活跃起来
参考例句:
  • The taxi driver revved up his engine. 出租车司机把发动机发动起来。
  • The car revved up and roared away. 汽车发动起来,然后轰鸣着开走了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
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