The Press: Editorial Sampler

In its quadrennial poll of where U.S. newspapers stand editorially on the presidential candidates, Editor & Publisher last week totted up a sampling from half the nation's dailies:

For Eisenhower: 525 papers (circ. 18,121,173), or 59.5% v. 67.34% in 1952.

For Stevenson: 152 papers (circ. 3,965,035), or 17.2% v. 14.52%.

Undecided or Neutral: 206 papers (6,573,911), or 23.3% v. 18.14%.


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