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Campaign `80 / Polls #267205

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 10, 1980
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(Studio) Results with regard to Pennsylvania as indicated in CBS "News-New York Times" poll noted; data collection explained.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Importance of Pennsylvania to current presidential campaign outlined. [United Founderies'owner Ernie PREVEE - comments.] Possible relationship between Pennsylvania's unemployment and election outcome noted. Statewide standing of Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and John Anderson, according to poll findings outlined on screen, discussed. Problems faced by Carter campaign here examined. [Kennedy delegate Mike SEPALO - comments.] Anderson's strength said in college towns; Carter's problems in Philadelphia noted. [City cnclman. James TAYOUN - comments.] Carter's decision to have USS Saratoga refitted in Philadelphia shipyard mentioned. [TAYOUN - comments.] Absence of Joan Mondale from Polish Day parade explained. Reception in Polish neighborhood for Reagan and his current standing among Catholics and unemployed discussed. [Polish-American Congress spokesperson Michael BLICHASZ - comments.] No. of registered Democrats in Pennsylvania mentioned. [Reagan Pennsylvania chairperson Richard FOX - comments.] Reagan's standing among state Republicans outlined.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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