Nation: Polls

> The Gallup poll reported that President Kennedy's popularity dropped to a new low of 62%—down five points from the last previous survey—just before the recent race riots in Oxford, Miss. In the South, Kennedy's rating sagged to 52% —down 13% from early September.

> The Minneapolis Tribune gave ten-term Republican Representative Walter Judd a 52% to 43% lead over Donald Fraser, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor challenger. Last December the state legislature gerrymandered Judd's district by adding to it some heavily D.F.L. Minneapolis wards.

> Denver Post polltakers found Democratic Governor Stephen McNichols running far behind...

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