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  Survey: Democratic Leaders Prefer Dean
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Last EditedEddie  Dec 14, 2003 12:23am
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News DateSunday, December 14, 2003 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionHoward Dean is the top choice for Democratic Party leaders, enjoying more than twice the support of his closest rivals for the presidential nomination, according to a Los Angeles Times poll posted on its Web site Saturday.

Dean was favored by 32 percent of the members of the Democratic National Committee surveyed, followed by Rep. Dick Gephardt of Missouri at 15 percent and Sen. John Kerry, of Massachusetts, at 14 percent.

The Times survey, taken between Dec. 4 and Dec. 11, involved interviews with 327 of 386 selected DNC members. Not interviewed were those who traditionally stay neutral until the party's nomination is made, such as national Chairman Terry McAuliffe. It also did not include committee members living abroad.
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