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WHERE CLINTON LEADS BY A MILE - AND WHERE IT'S CLOSE

Bill Clinton's big, early lead in the presidential race is due in large part to his landslide advantage among such groups as women, blacks, city dwellers and people who feel they are better off than they were three years ago. The race is a dead heat, however, among such groups as men, whites, suburbanites and voters who feel worse off, according to the latest CNN/TIME Election monitor, a poll that returns periodically to the same large sample of registered voters to map the shifts in their mood. A trend that might help Dole: the portion of voters who list the economy as their number one anxiety has grown to 15%, up from 8% last November.

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From a telephone poll of 2,432 registered voters taken for CNN/TIME on March 28 - April 2 by Yankelovich Partners, Inc. Sampling error is +/- 2% "Not sures" omitted. These respondents had been interviewed in a baseline survey conducted October 31 - November 6 as part of the Election Monitor.



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