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Slate unveiled this new feature: A survey of election ads in real time, of some 450 Democrats and Republicans. The first is Hillary Clinton’s new "Invisible" ad, and the results are little surprise. Those on the left find it believable and those on the right don’t. It will be interesting to see if any other the candidates score any bipartisanship.

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