Interviews with 703 likely voters, conducted Sept. 2-12, 1996.
Likely Voters' Presidential Choice
Suppose that the 1996 presidential election were being held today and it included Bill Clinton and Al Gore as the Democratic candidates, Bob Dole and Jack Kemp as the Republican candidates, and Ross Perot and Pat Choate as the Reform Party candidates. Would you vote for Bill Clinton and Al Gore, the Democrats -- Bob Dole and Jack Kemp, the Republicans -- or Ross Perot, the Reform Party candidate? (IF UNDECIDED:) As of today, do you lean toward Clinton and Gore, the Democrats, Dole and Kemp, the Republicans, or Perot, the Reform Party candidate?
Question to Perot voters: Who would be your second choice for President -- Dole or Clinton?
(Editor's Note: These are results of questions asked as part of some of the daily surveys.)
Sept. 9-11Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling the situation in Iraq? (Reported for all Americans, not just those likely to vote.)
Would each candidate be a good president?
Sept. 7-9Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President? (Reported for all Americans, not just those likely to vote.)
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