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With none of the Republican candidates yet establishing a dominant or lasting position as GOP front-runner in this race, Republicans' preferences appear to be swayable by the candidates' performances in the various debates and primary elections.
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Moreover, the Congress opinion has always been construed as swayable by lobbyists.
In reality the 67-year-old seems affable enough, earnest but swayable - rather like his alter ego Bob Ferris who, with feckless friend Terry Collier played by James Bolam, entertained millions of TV viewers.