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4 Feb, 2012 06:47

Sorting out the Republican hopefuls: NY speaks out

As the US presidential election campaign heats up, contenders are hardening their rhetoric in a bid to beat their rivals to the White House. RT's “Resident” Lori Harfenist went to find out what people in New York think about the race for office.

She asked people what they think of the GOP contenders running for the country’s highest office. What are the main differences between them, and who do they like best?