Sunday, September 17, 2000

Results of our news poll




        We got 38 responses to the question:

        The campaign of Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush was accused last week of using a subliminal message in an advertisement to attack Vice President Al Gore. What do you think of the resulting controversy.

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        The use of the words “RATS” was clearly intentional; the Bush campaign must be held accountable: 45%

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        The controversy is much ado about nothing: 45%

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        The use of the words “RATS” was intentional, but it's all fair in politics: 5%

        • The use of the words “RATS” was merely an accident: 5%

        Thanks to everyone who participated.

       



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