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WASHINGTON  — According to a new Quinnipiac poll, voters still blame former President George W. Bush for the economy and not President Barack Obama two and half years in to Obama’s first term.

Yahoo reports:

According to a new Quinnipiac poll, 54 percent of those surveyed say Bush is responsible for the “current condition” of the economy, compared to just 27 percent who blame Obama. Among self-described independent voters, a key 2012 voting bloc, the number shifts slightly: 49 percent point the finger at the former GOP president, while 24 percent blame Obama.

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