Public Opinion Polls/presidential Election

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GUEST: RICHARD MORAN *Director of Polling, The Washington Post *Staff Writer, The Washington Post OTHER GUESTS: TBA On Sunday, George W. Bush was certified the winner of Florida's 25 electoral votes. The new ABC/Washington Post poll found 60 percent of Americans said its now time for Al Gore to concede but thirty-five percent disagree and say he should not concede. Do public opinion polls reflect YOUR feeling about the presidential election? Join Juan Williams and guests for a discussion about what the latest polls are saying regarding public opinion and the presidency.

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