GOP's Buchanan and Forbes gain on Dole

January 1996
Christian Science Monitor;1/31/96, Vol. 88 Issue 45, p4
Reports that Republicans Pat Buchanan, and Steve Forbes, gained more points than Senator Bob Dole, in a New Hampshire poll. Findings from the surveys conducted; Statistics also from an Alaska straw poll; Amount of points Dole, Buchanan and Forbes received in that poll; Information on the findings by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, about after-tax pay.


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