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Democrats pick Carter over Kennedy, 58-38%
HARRIS SURVEY
Boston Globe (1960-1986) - Boston, Mass.
Date: Dec 31, 1979
Start Page: 4
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

In early November, before the Iranian crisis became the center of attention, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was preferred over President Jimmy Carter by a 58-36 percent margin of Democratic voters. Now Carter leads by 58-38 percent, according to an ABC NewsHarris Survey.

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