Who Will Win in November?

Bean, Louis H.
September 1944
New Republic;9/25/44, Vol. 111 Issue 13, p362
Focuses on the presidential elections to be held in the U.S. Estimation of results of elections; Results of elections as indicated by the Elmo Roper Polls indicating that the Democratic-Republican balance has remained stable; Information that Gallup Poll has found the country as a whole is 51 percent Democratic; Effect of war is to bring about a regional cleavage in the popular attitude toward the administration in power; Discussion of regional wartime shift in the U.S.; Data of various U.S. states, on results of elections that were held in previous years.


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