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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The findings of the first ABC News/"Washington Post" poll after the New Hampshire primary with Senator John McCain leading the Republicans and Senator Hillary Clinton's lead over Senator Barack Obama narrowing noted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The implications of the poll numbers for Clinton and Obama among African American voters due to his success in Iowa and what issues are making the greatest impact on the minds of the voters discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(West Bloomfield, Michigan) The Republican race in Michigan where the economy is the one issue on everyone's mind featured; scenes shown from the Detroit auto show; statistics on unemployment and lost jobs in the state cited; details given about the candidates' proposals. [McCAIN, Mike HUCKABEE, Mitt ROMNEY - campaign on jobs.] [In a diner, two MICHIGANDERS - talk about jobs and the candidates.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Stephanopoulos, George
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