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November 16, 1986

Vice President George Bush continues to hold a big lead for the Republican nomination for the 1988 presidential race, with 57% of Republicans' and GOP-leaning independents' combined first- and second-place nomination votes, according to a Gallup Poll. Runners-up in the new survey were Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas, with 20%, former Sen. Howard H. Baker Jr. of Tennessee, with 14%, and Rep. Jack Kemp of New York, with 12%. Bush has been the choice of the majority of potential GOP voters in each of five Gallup nomination tests held this year and in 1985.

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