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February 09, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Most western Massachusetts residents support Jane Fonda's plans to shoot part of the movie "Union Street" in the area, according to a poll commissioned by the actress. The poll results released Monday showed that residents strongly support Fonda's right to work, despite her on-going conflict with New England veterans groups that have complained about her Vietnam-era anti-war activities. The telephone survey of 602 residents of Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke, Mass., found 58% of those surveyed support Fonda personally--mirroring local support for President Reagan (57%)--while an overwhelming majority (79%) believe it is time to put Vietnam-era bitterness to rest.

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