The Nation: WHO'S AHEAD STATE BY STATE

In the last days of the presidential campaign, voter indecision remains the wild card. Jimmy Carter continues to lead, but both sides are nervously aware that any eleventh-hour blunder can cost their man the presidency.

THE EAST. Carter leads in Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Washington, D.C. Two of the three largest electoral states in the East—New Jersey and Pennsylvania—still tilt toward Carter. President Ford still leads in New Hampshire and Vermont. Maine, where Independent Governor James Longley last week endorsed Ford, now leans to the President. The races in Connecticut...

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