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ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 15, 1969
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(Studio) Report on ABC poll on money conducted by Survey Research Center of University Michigan.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Studio) 73% felt less should be spent on Vietnam. 40% want less on defense, 60% want less on space. 76% want less for aid. 31% say no change for welfare; 33% say spend less; 36% favor increase; 61% want more spent on education. No change with regard to agriculture 52% or more spent for low-cost housing. No change with regard to hwys. 64% or more spent with regard to pollution. People more interested in domestic issues.
REPORTER: Louis Rukeyser

Reynolds, Frank;
Rukeyser, Louis

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