CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 02, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Map shown highlighting states where primaries and caucuses will be held tomorrow. Reports introduced.
(Atlanta: Richard Threlkeld) Democratic presidential campaign featured; scenes shown of Paul Tsongas in Maryland, Jerry Brown in Baltimore, Maryland, Senator Tom Harkin in North Carolina, Governor Bill Clinton in Georgia, and Senator Bob Kerrey in Seattle. Results given of CBS News/"New York Times" poll on whether Democratic voters would prefer a different candidate, voters' preference of an unnamed Democrat over President Bush, and whether the candidates understand them. [Two WOMEN, MEN - comment on candidates.] [At debate CLINTON, TSONGAS - make digs at each other.] [MAN, WOMAN - comment on black voters.] [Jesse JACKSON - talks about preoccupation with middle class.]
(Atlanta: Eric Engberg) Republican presidential campaign in Georgia featured; scenes shown of Patrick Buchanan there. [BUCHANAN - comments on White House fear.] Results given of CBS News/"New York Times" poll on Bush's national approval rating, for whom Republicans would vote, whether Republicans want someone else to enter the race, unfavorable attitudes toward Buchanan. Excerpts shown from Bush and Buchanan campaign ads. [BUCHANAN - comments on Bush.]
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