National Affairs: A Poll

Good Housekeeping, one of Mr. William R. Hearst's magazines, is conducting a straw-vote-for-President among the women of the country. With a count of 81,303 ballots, President Coolidge led with 52,274 votes. Next came McAdoo with 6,611 votes. And after him, in order, Ford, Hughes, Wilson, Hoover, Underwood, Hiram Johnson, Pinchot, La Follette, Borah, Lowden, W. J. Bryan, John W. Davis, Ralston, Glass, Alfred E. Smith, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Mellon. Tied for last place (with one vote each) were Ring Lardner and John Davison Rockefeller.


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