An NPR poll out this week showed that Democrats may be closing the gap in a number of Congressional races across the country, but most polls still show an enthusiasm gap. Republicans seem more committed to voting than many Democrats. Host Scott Simon talks with Howard Dean, former Vermont governor and Democratic National Committee chairman, about the Democrats' prospects in the November midterm elections.
Saturday, October 16, 2010
NPR: "Howard Dean Peers Into the Enthusiasm Gap" (audio)
NPR, with audio (03:56):