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Gallup: Reagan the loser in Mondale or Glenn race

By Compiled From Wire Services Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World, Edited By Anne Collier / January 7, 1983



Washington

Former Vice-President Walter Mondale and Sen. John Glenn of Ohio would both defeat President Reagan by wide margins if a presidential election were held now , according to a Gallup poll.

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In the survey, Mr. Mondale outpolled Mr. Reagan by 52 to 40 percent and Mr. Glenn won by 54 to 39 percent, with the rest undecided. The Gallup survey sampled opinions of 1,116 registered voters nationwide in mid-December.