Kennedy, Nixon in Tight Race, Poll Finds

 
  Oct. 12, 1960, Comics

Oct. 12, 1960: The race between Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Vice President Richard Nixon is so close that if the election were held today, the edge in the popular vote would probably be determined by a small minority who are – as of now — undecided, a Gallup poll finds.

 Oct. 12, 1960, Presidential Poll
Oct. 12, 1960, Gallup Poll

Oct. 12, 1960, Gallup Poll

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