Clinton's current high ratings focus on narrow job performance

Lambro, Donald
February 1998
Human Events;02/27/98, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p10
Unveils the findings of the survey by the NBC/Wall Street Journal on the performance of US President Bill Clinton in office despite his alleged sexual involvement with Monica Lewinsky. Number of Americans reaching a conclusion about the scandal; Reason for high ratings of Clinton.


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