Oct. 30, 1992

Voters Still Paying More Attention to Perot

Report Summary Despite his slippage in some candidate standing polls in recent days, Ross Perot continues to command more voter attention than George Bush and Bill Clinton during the last full week of “Campaign 92″. At week’s end, 39% of voters said they had heard the most about Perot in the news media, 26% named […]

Oct. 28, 1992

1993 – Priorities for the President

Report Summary Over the course of the ten days in October that shaped the final leg of this election campaign Ross Perot has brought several issues into sharp focus that have convinced a significant number of voters that he is the candidate most capable of handling them.

Oct. 26, 1992

Perot is Back

Report Summary Ross Perot’s surge in the polls is drawing somewhat more support from Bill Clinton than from George Bush, and the third party candidate seems poised to make more gains that might further narrow Bill Clinton’s nationwide margin.

May. 8, 1992

Bush/Clinton/Perot: An Analysis of the Standings

Report Summary Times Mirror’s Survey V in the series “Campaign 92″ indicated a virtual three way tie between the three presidential candidates if the election were held today. But the survey’s principal focus was on the nature and intensity of voter support for each of the candidates, and voter knowledgability about where each of the […]