TIME POLL: High Marks on His Early Exams

Jimmy Carter is winning converts by the millions with his revivalist, meet-the-masses approach to the presidency. About half of the country's voters think better of him now than when he took office. Almost two-thirds feel he can be trusted; 80% like his informal style. A majority applaud him for preaching against Soviet violations of human rights, running an open Administration and making Americans feel better about themselves. Only in one area do voters give Carter low marks: for not taking more vigorous action to curb inflation. These are the major findings of...

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