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(Studio: Katie Couric) Findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the public's view of the Democratic and Republican parties' candidates for 2008 cited.
(White House: Jim Axelrod) The poll figures on the Republican options in this unconventional campaign examined; poll statistics on Senator John McCain versus former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani cited. [Former Republican Party head Ed GILLESPIE- talks about the party's brand.] [McCAIN - comments.] [In '89, GIULIANI - backs abortion.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Washington: Gloria Borger) The reasons why many possible candidates will wait before entering this "amazing race" for the 2008 nominations examined; scenes shown of possible later starters. [Senator Chuck HAGEL - says he will decide later this year.] [On Fox, former Senator Fred THOMPSON- explains why he will wait.] [Political consultant Doug BAILEY- says there are too many candidates too soon.] The poll support for former Vice President Al Gore mentioned.
- Couric, Katie;
- Axelrod, Jim;
- Borger, Gloria
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