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Campaign 1976 / Wisconsin and New York Primaries / Poll #43116

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 06, 1976
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(Studio) Harris-ABC poll indicates Senator Henry Jackson won't achieve landslide he expects in New York primary. It'll be major blow for Representative Morris Udall if he doesn't win in WI.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(WI) Large numbers of voters show up for primary. Democratic National Committee allows WI's open primary to count. Udall shown campaigning. Jimmy Carter is Udall's biggest threat; he has winners' momentum. Jackson not expecting much here. George Wallace has just about abandoned state. Most Republicans expected to vote within party limes.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Studio) New York voters not going to polls in great numbers Delegates to be chosen in 39 New York districts. On Republican side, 12 delegates for Ronald Reagan are on ballot. 101 uncommitted Republican delegates chosen. Report on Harris-ABC poll of New Yorkers.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Studio) Jackson is best-known candidate. 51% Democrats say he's hard worker. 3% disagree; 46% not sure. 48% say he's strong on experience; 13% disagree; 39% not sure. 26% feel he promises too much; 28% disagree; 46% not sure. 27% agree he'll say anything to become President; 36% disagree; 37% not sure. Udall least known of 3 top candidates. 47% agree to his high integrity; 2% disagree; 51% not sure. 27% say he has good personality; 13% disagree; 60% not sure. 19% say he promises too much; 17% disagree; 64% not sure. 32% say Jimmy Carter is fresh face needed for White House; 30% disagree; 38% not sure. 24% agree he won't make promises to get elected; 24% disagree; 52% not sure. 36% agree he's avoided issues; 17% disagree; 47% not sure. 29% say he has different story for different group; 19% disagree; 52% not sure. 28% say he's cold-blooded political; 18% disagree; 54% not sure. Carter didn't get to be top contender with issues or personality.
REPORTER: Herbert Kaplow

(Studio) ABC to report primaries' results with wrapup at 11:30 p.m. EST.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Donaldson, Sam;
Kaplow, Herbert;
Reasoner, Harry

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