Tuesday, September 4, 2012
QOD- 1992 Convention- Thu Sept 6
In the 1992 campaign, Bill Clinton got the biggest "bump" in modern campaigns.
What were his numbers going in?
What were his numbers going out?
Many attribute this to an effective convention speech by Clinton. What was the famous ending to his speech based on his home town?
Clinton received a good bump in the polls after the 1992 Democratic Convention. Many believe it was related to a very dramatic speech he gave to the Convention. The famous line Clinton issued at the end of his speech was, "I still believe in a place called Hope." That was a play on words having to do with his hometown of Hope, Arkansas.