Despite the long-running and intense political battles that candidates in both parties have waged in Iowa, there is no evidence that voters in that state are experiencing campaign fatigue; about seven in 10 likely voters in Iowa's caucuses say they find the campaign interesting, compared with 57 percent of likely voters in New Hampshire, 48 percent in South Carolina and 45 percent nationally. In all three states, and among voters nationally, more Democrats than Republicans say they find the campaign interesting. In Iowa, 77 percent of likely participants in the Democratic caucus say the campaign is interesting, compared with 60 percent of those likely to attend a Republican caucus, and Republicans are twice as likely as Democrats to describe the campaign so far as "dull" (37 percent vs. 19 percent).


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