John Della Volpe

Director of Polling, Harvard University's Institute of Politics

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Director of Polling at the Harvard University Institute of Politics

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Last night in the heart of Hollywood, Democrats  Barack Obama  and  Hillary Clinton  had a  kinder, gentler exchange  than had been expected.

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