Nation: What the Polls Say

> The Gallup poll reported last week that the war in Viet Nam, racial problems and inflation—in that order—are the principal concern of voters in all parts of the U.S.

> In Illinois, the first week's results of a Chicago Sun-Times straw poll in urban, rural and suburban areas gave Chuck Percy a surprisingly large lead—58.5% to 41.5%—over Paul Douglas.

> In New York, the Daily News's statewide canvass found O'Connor edging ahead of Rockefeller, while two minor party candidates, Liberal Franklin Roosevelt Jr. and Conservative Paul Adams continued to draw significant support. The standings at week's end: O'Connor 40.4%; Rockefeller, 39.4%; Roosevelt,...

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