Assessing the Summit

How do Americans feel about the outcome of the Reykjavik summit? Do they think the U.S. should proceed with full development of the Strategic Defense Initiative, or that sdi should be used as a bargaining chip? To find out, TIME commissioned a poll of 806 Americans by Yankelovich Clancy Shulman. The survey was conducted by telephone last Wednesday, and has a potential sampling error of plus or minus 4%. Summit questions were asked of the 62% who reported following the issue in the news. Some of the findings:

Thumbs Up for Reagan

By almost every measure, Ronald Reagan emerged from Reykjavik...

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