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Eye On America (Clinton's Popularity) #353750

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 18, 1994
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Results of CBS News poll with regard to President Clinton's overall and foreign policy approval ratings reported.

(Washington: Anthony Mason) Clinton's efforts to improve his popularity featured. [CLINTON - says he's helped bring peace and democracy in Haiti and Kuwait.] [Clinton supporter Bonnie ILESOVICH - says Clinton needs to prove he is strong.] CBS News poll results re: Clinton and the economy stated. [Three PEOPLE - comment with regard to Clinton.] [Center for Media and Public Affairs Robert LICHTER - says media coverage of Clinton is more negative than equivalent coverage of George Bush.] ["New Yorker" correspondent Michael KELLY, Representative Mike SYNAR - comment on Clinton's role in the media coverage.]

Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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