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Campaign 1984 / Poll, Debate #294192

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 06, 1984
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(Studio) CBS "News-New York Times" poll indicating President Reagan's lead over Walter Mondale reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) Mondale's preparation for tomorrow's debate discussed; films shown. [MONDALE - hopes debate will reveal substantive issues.] Specific CBS "News-New York Times" findings outlined on screen, discussed. [September 24, REAGAN - claims United States has always sought peaceful solutions.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Studio) Poll data collection explained.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(NYC) Poll's implications for Geraldine Ferraro's campaign examined; films shown. [FERRARO - questions poll targets.] [Reagan-Bush campaign director Ed ROLLINS - claims Ferraro is attracting negative backlash.] [FERRARO - dismisses polls.] [Democrat pollster Peter HART - is optimistic.] Ferraro-Bush debate Thur. mentioned.
REPORTER: Jacqueline Adams

(Studio) League of Women Voters, sponsors of presidential debates, noted experiencing difficulty in getting cands. to agree on debate panelists Diane Sawyer, "Baltimore Sun's" Fred Barnes, Scripps-Howard's James Wieghart and New York "Times"' Gerald Boyd; Barbara Walters mentioned moderating.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

Adams, Jacqueline;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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