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Politics / The Democrats' Dilemma #581906

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 27, 1991
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jamie Gangel) The Democrats' strategy for campaign '92, since only one candidate has announced, examined; scenes shown of dark horse candidate Paul Tsongas and possible candidates Senators Tom Harkin, Jay Rockefeller, Governor Bill Clinton; details given of campaign to go after the middle class by appealing to it on certain issues. [TSONGAS - comments.] President Bush's approval ratings in NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll outlined on screen. [Democratic pollster Celinda LAKE - comments.] Key question of "are you better off than four years ago" cited.

Reporter(s):
Gangel, Jamie;
Williams, Mary Alice
Duration:
00:03:00

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