THE DECISIONS IN DETAIL

ELECTION MONITOR

In the year leading up to the election, a large proportion of voters switched from opposing Bill Clinton's re-election to favoring it. Here are the groups where Clinton made the biggest gains, according to the TIME/CNN Election Monitor, a survey that returned periodically to the same registered voters.

PARENTS AND PEROTISTAS

Percentage who switched to Clinton:

White, unmarried parents 26% Fathers, age 18-29 24% Perot voters, age 30-49 22% White parents, age 18-29 22% Suburban men, age 18-29 21%

Which is the most important reason you switched?

I don't like Dole and his stand on the issues 34%

Clinton...

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