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Poll: Most Americans Still Have Confidence In Clinton

WASHINGTON (AllPolitics, Jan. 27) -- Most Americans still do not support President Bill Clinton resigning and have confidence in his ability to carry out his duties, according to new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll numbers.

Based on interviews with 864 adults on Sunday and Monday, 68 percent of those surveyed say it would be better for the nation if Clinton remained in office. The survey has a margin of sampling error of +/- 3.5 percentage points.

Here are the numbers:

Better For Country If Clinton...
Remained in office
Left office now

68%
26
Confidence in Clinton's Ability To Carry Out His Duties
Confident
Not confident

62%
37
Bill Clinton Did Something...
Illegal
Immoral, but not illegal
Nothing wrong

22%
47
25

Compared with polling data from Friday and Saturday, there has been a slight but statistically insignificant erosion in Clinton's standing with the public.

In Other News

Tuesday Jan. 27, 1998

Clinton: Use Budget Surpluses To Fix Social Security
Lott Charts a Slightly Different Course
Grand Jury Convened Without Lewinsky Testimony
Details Of A Settlement Offer
Lewinsky Allegations Overshadow State Of The Union
White House Scandal At A Glance
Report: Lewinsky Allegedly Forged Document
Hillary Clinton: 'This Is A Battle'
Chelsea Deals With A Scandal

Analysis:
Speech Memorable For What Clinton Didn't Say

Poll:
Clinton Gets A Bounce
Gender Gap Shows Up In Controversy
Most Americans Still Have Confidence In Clinton

Profile:
Kenneth Starr

Transcripts:
President Bill Clinton's State Of The Union Addresss