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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 02, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(White House: John Roberts) Polls indicating falling public confidence in President Bush featured; CBS News/"New York Times" poll results outlined. [American University James SMITH†- says expectations are falling because the Iraq situation is not going as planned.] [Economic Policy Institute Christian WELLER†- comments on the economy and jobs.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Polls findings that the economy is Americans’ primary concern noted.

(Canton, Ohio: Jim Axelrod) Bush’s inability to create new jobs to replace those that are being moved overseas featured; job losses for Canton, Ohio, companies cited. [In Canton, Timken Co. employee Ken HILL†- expects to be out of work in about a year.] [Last April at the Timken plant, BUSH – says he’s optimistic about the future.] [Timken WORKER – calls Bush’s statement “hogwash.”] [Canton Mayor Richard WATKINS†, Ferraro’s Family Restaurant Frank FERRARO†- comments on Canton’s economy.]

Rather, Dan;
Roberts, John;
Axelrod, Jim

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