POLITICAL NOTES: Landslide Indicated

Seven times in two years the American Institute of Public Opinion's George Gallup has deployed polltakers across the land to ask: "If President Eisenhower were the Republican candidate and Adlai Stevenson were the Democratic candidate, which would you like to see win?" Last week Gallup reviewed the seven polls, found that Eisenhower since 1954 has slowly broadened the gap. A year and a half ago, 53% of decided voters were for him. In his latest poll, taken just before Ike announced his availability, Gallup found 66% of decided voters for Ike, 34% for Adlai. Concluded Gallup: "In an election...

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