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Public Policy Polling’s Tom Jensen hits the big time

Tom Jensen 2It seems like it might be time for North Carolina’s mainstream news media types to stop referring to Raleigh’s Public Policy Polling as a “liberal” polling firm and start referring to group’s amazingly talented main guy Tom Jensen by another name — like maybe “sir.”

According to this Business Insider article, Tom is now officially one of the 36 most powerful people of 2012 in the world of American politics.

By the way, that photo of Tom in the story comes from an interview he did with Chris Fitzsimon and Clayton Henkel for NC Policy Watch’s News and Views radio show.

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