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Andrew Kohut is the president of the Pew Research Center. He also acts as director of the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press (formerly the Times Mirror[…]

Third-party candidates usuaully don’t have a viable party to back them, Kohut says.

Andrew Kohut: Well many people say that they’d like to see another party; but we have a long tradition of two parties, and I think many people ultimately are drawn back to their parties. People are more attracted to third party candidates as individuals than they are to the ideas of particular parties.

Recorded on: 9/14/07