THE 1980 ELECTION, PART 3: CANDIDATE IMAGERY MIXED ON REAGAN; NEGATIVE ON CARTER, KENNEDY: ANDERSON, BUSH NOT WELL DEFINED

Posted at 12:01 am May 28, 1980, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

New Jerseyans’ views of President Jimmy Carter have become less favorable over the past three months, although he is still held in higher regard than his Democratic rival, Senator Edward Kennedy. Both men received more unfavorable than favorable evaluations from state residents in the latest Eagleton Poll. Only among Democrats did more have favorable than unfavorable opinions of Carter. Kennedy’s image among Democrats was mixed.

 

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