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CHANNEL ONE/SPRINT POLL FINDS TEENAGERS WANT H. ROSS PEROT IN THE WHITE HOUSE

 CHANNEL ONE/SPRINT POLL FINDS TEENAGERS
 WANT H. ROSS PEROT IN THE WHITE HOUSE
 WASHINGTON, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- A shocking 43.9 percent of American teen-agers want H. Ross Perot in the White House as the next U.S. president, finds a survey of more than 2,000 high school students who participated in the Channel One/Sprint Poll. The poll is part of Channel One's coverage of the 1992 presidential election.
 Students from randomly-selected Channel One schools responded to the Channel One/Sprint Poll on May 28 and 29. Their responses were tabulated by a school representative and called into a special interactive Sprint toll-free line. The question read as follows:
 If the election were held tomorrow, would you vote for:
 1. George Bush, 2. Bill Clinton, or 3. H. Ross Perot?
 Of the 2,185 respondents, 43.9 percent voted for Perot; 32.1 percent for President Bush and 24.0 percent for Bill Clinton.
 Channel One's 12-minute daily newscast has quickly become the nation's daily news program for 7 million teen-agers at over 10,000 U.S. high schools. The network also produces specials to help teen- agers cope with timely issues and events.
 The Channel One/Sprint Poll is part of a program designed to uncover students' views on current topics and world events while providing teen-agers across the country with an unprecedented voice.
 Sprint (NYSE: FON) is a diversified international telecommunications company with $8.8 billion in annual revenues and the United States' only nationwide all-digital, fiber-optic network. Its divisions provide global long distance voice, data and video products and services, and local telephone services to more than 4 million subscriber lines in 17 states.
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 /CONTACT: Debby Klein, 201-992-3731, of Whittle/Dan Klores Associates, for Channel One; or Robin Pence of Sprint, 202-828-7454, or after hours, 703-820-1873/
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