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The 1936 Presidential Election

1936 - President Roosevelt was re-elected with 61% of the vote. Gallup had predicted a Roosevelt victory with 54% of the vote. The Literary Digest had predicted Roosevelt would lose badly to the Republican nominee, Alf Landon.

36 Election

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Program Segment 7

Interviews:
G. Gallup
Moore

 

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