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November 03, 2003 

Poll Shows Voters Back Section 201 Tariffs on Steel Products

The results of a poll issued last week confirmed that voters in steel-producing states overwhelmingly support the Section 201 tariffs imposed by the United States on imported steel, even if they don't have a direct connection to the industry. The poll, conducted by Republican pollster Bill McInturff, showed that nearly 75 percent of voters in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia support the president's decision. Nationally, 64 percent of those surveyed supported the tariffs.


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