Nation: Carter Is Still Losing Support

Americans like him personally—but not many of his policies

If the 1976 presidential election were held again, there would be a different winner: Gerald Ford by a solid margin. That is the finding of a survey of 1,020 registered voters completed last week by the opinion research firm of Yankelovich, Skelly and White, Inc. Of the Democrats, Republicans and independents who were queried by phone, 45% favor Ford, 37% say they would vote for Carter and 18% are undecided. A surprising 28% of the Democrats say they would now vote for Ford; 17% are not...

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