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Campaign '88 / Exit Polls / Media #319241

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 08, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mike Wallace) Journalists noted projecting winners of elecs. by conducting exit polls; details given, scenes shown. Jimmy Carter noted conceding defeat to Ronald Reagan in 1980 before polls were closed. ["San Francisco Examiner" spokesperson Christopher MATTHEWS - comments on situation.] Network news dirs.' agreement with Congress with regard to early projections discussed. [W. coast PEOPLE - comment on situation.] [Representative Al SWIFT - urges uniform poll closing.] Poll closing legislature noted rejected by Senator

(Studio: Dan Rather) Exit poll results from IN and Kentucky illustration

Rather, Dan;
Wallace, Mike

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