ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 1984
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(Studio) ABC "News-Washington Post" poll in anticipation of New York primary between Gary Hart, Walter Mondale and Jesse Jackson outlined on screen, discussed.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel
(NYC) Cands.' courting of Jewish vote in New York examined; films shown. [Rabbi Mendel KAUFMAN - notes political decision faced by Jewish community.] Pol. importance of NYC's Jewish population explained. [Shelley MARX - notes voting behavior of Brooklyn Jews; explains voting for Ronald Reagan.] No. United States Jews voting against Jimmy Carter in 1980 recalled. Continuing opposition of some Jews to Mondale because of his connection with Carter administration's arms sales to Saudi Arabia noted. [Jewish Community Relations Council spokesperson Malcolm HOENLEIN - believes Israeli issue and cands.' approach will determine vote.] [WOMAN - may vote for Hart due to his Pro-Israel stance.] [HOENLEIN - thinks bulk of community is still undecided.] Implications of large undecided Jewish vote for Mondale explained. [PEOPLE - remain uncommitted.] [Regina ABRAMOWITZ - wants Reagan for President]
REPORTER: Jim Wooten
(Studio) Jackson's conditional support for Democrat nominee reported.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel
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