TIME CITIZENS' PANEL: Support with Serious Reservations

The election may be near, but the race is far from over. Democrat Jimmy Carter has edged back in front of President Ford, but only slightly. The number of voters who are still undecided, or who are supporting candidates only with serious reservations, is amazingly large: roughly 1 out of 2.

Those are the chief conclusions of the second TIME Citizens' Panel conducted by the public-opinion research firm of Yankelovich, Skelly and White, Inc. Last month TIME published the results of the first survey, taken among 300 voters chosen at random from a national cross...

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