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Politics Popularity #241242

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 03, 1975
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(Studio) Harris poll shows people not so familiar with some politicians' names. List shown. 4% of people polled not familiar with Senator Edward Kennedy; 6% Governor George Wallace; 7% Senator Hubert H. Humphrey; 7% Senator George McGovern; 10% Senator Edmund Muskie; 25% Senator Henry Jackson; 30% Senator John Glenn; 33% Senator William Proxmire; 34% Senator Frank Church; 48% Senator Morris Udall; 48% Senator Birch Bayh; 49% Senator Walter Mondale; 53% Governor Jerry Brown; 57% Governor Hugh Carey; 58% ex-Governor Jimmy Carter; 61% ex-Senator Fred Harris; 62% Senator Lloyd Bentsen; 62% Mayor Kevin White; 64% ex-Governor Terry Sanford; 64% Governor Reubin Askew; 65% ex-undersecretary state George Ball; 66% Governor Dan. Walker; 68% Senator Dale Bumpers.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

Mudd, Roger

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