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The Canada effect: Ron Paul does 135% better In northern border states

Eric Ostermeier provides analysis on Paul's success in the states bordering Canada.

Ostermeier offers this humorous explanation: Perhaps the rugged, independent, and often geographically isolated electorate in many of these northern border states finds kinship with a candidate who often finds himself alone in the wilderness in his own party.

Business Insider
February 13, 2012

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