Reagan landslide?

November 1984
Outdoor Life;Nov84, Vol. 175 Issue 5, p2
Editorial. The results of an opinion poll of `Outdoor Life' readers shows that 82.5% of respondents believe Reagan will be reelected, though many thought he has not taken the best care of our resources and environment. The most important environmental issues were: water pollution, air pollution, gun control, federal land sales, and acid rain, in that order.


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