Nebraska Township is a small (pop. 285) farm community in the southwestern part of Iowa. In a traditionally G.O.P. county, Nebraska Township has gone Democratic in several national elections—for Al Smith in 1928, Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936, Truman in 1948. Last week a Des Moines Register poll among most of Nebraska Township's 145 potential voters found 82 for Eisenhower, 33 for Stevenson. Of Eisenhower's supporters, 16 had voted for Truman in 1948; of Stevenson's, one had voted for Dewey.


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