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CBS News Poll: Nebraska Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-NE]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 15, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Nebraska

CBS News Poll: Oregon Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-OR]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 15, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Oregon

CBS News Poll: Maryland Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-MD]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 8, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Maryland

CBS News Poll: Indiana Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-IN]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 8, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Indiana

CBS News Poll: Washington, DC. Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-DC]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 1, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in District of Columbia

CBS News Poll: Tennessee Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-TN]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: May 1, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Tennessee

CBS News Poll: Connecticut Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-CT]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: March 27, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Connecticut

CBS News Poll: Vermont Primary Day Poll (United States) [USCBS1984-STPRIM-VT]
Conducted by CBS News, field dates: March 6, 1984, sample: Exiting Voters in Virginia

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