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Election Stats: Nurses and Doctors Pick the President

When it comes time to vote in November, will doctors and nurses choose to re-elect President Obama, or will they throw their support to Romney instead?

When it comes time to vote in November, will doctors and nurses choose to re-elect President Obama, or will they throw their support to Romney instead?

PayScale surveyed its users and found that registered nurses skew slightly toward Romney, while doctors are more likely to vote for Obama. While we can't say for sure, we suspect the healthcare debate might be influencing these medical professionals' choices. 

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