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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Economy and Housing #588613

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 17, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Findings of the NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll on the preference for Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton's economic plan over that of President Bush noted.

(Atlanta: John Cochran) The economy and housing issue in the election examined; scenes shown of Bush campaigning on economic issues. [BUSH - explains how his housing tax credit break would have helped housing and thus the economy.] [Trade consultant Sandra CHESROWN - comments.] [BUSH - says real estate usually leads the economy.] Monthly housing starts figures for the year so far outlined. [Georgia home builder Rick PORTER - wonders if the election will have an effect.] The prospects for presidential debates discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Cochran, John
Duration:
00:03:00

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