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A new TIME/CNN poll finds President Clinton's 1996 re-election prospects dimming -- at least in the wake of last week's rout. The survey of 800 people, conducted Nov. 9-10, suggests Americans oppose Clinton's re-election, 57 percent to 33 percent. (His approval rating also dropped: 49-40 disapproval, a flip from 48-40 percent approval Oct. 26.) Democrats would still re-nominate the president in '96, 57-32 percent, but voters overall said they'd rather nominate a different Democratic standard-bearer, 48-41 percent.Post your opinion on theElection '94bulletin board.