It's no deal

It's your call

August 21, 1991

More than 77 percent of callers to SUNDIAL think that the United States should not deal with the new Soviet regime. The tally was 273 to 81, from the total of 354 callers.

A majority of callers, 219 out of 347, or 63 percent, said the United States should not suspend the nuclear treaty, and 128 callers (36 percent) favored suspension. However, a majority of callers favored suspending the recent trade agreement, by a count of 269 out of 348, or 77 percent. Only 79 callers (22 percent) would not suspend the trade agreement.

U.S. intelligence agencies failed in the Soviet crisis, said 204 of 342 callers (nearly 60 percent). Forty percent, or 138 callers, disagreed.

"It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as would be done in a scientific public opinion poll.

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