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“A recent Gallup poll revealed that“86% of the‘unchurched’and 76% of churchgoers agreed that individuals should arrive at their beliefs outside organized religions.””
“At the end of the year a Gallup poll found that more people knew about Salk’s field trials than knew the president’s full name.”
“Also in the paper, the results of a Gallup poll predicting that Robert Kennedy would beat either Republican, Nixon or Rockefeller, and a wry note saying that ex-actor Ronald Reagan had been chosen as California's favorite son candidate.”
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