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Tuesday, August 03, 2004


The Bush campaign was very happy to show Kerry's lack of "Bounce" in the polls after the convention. The latest Washington Post-ABC News survey showed Kerry had received a modest gain. The poll indicated Kerry now claims the support of 50 percent of registered voters, compared with 44 percent for Bush and two percent for independent Ralph Nader. Bush led Kerry 48 percent to 46 percent before the convention among registered voters, according to the same poll. In my various Google searches for poll results I came up with every possible permutation from 40 to 50 percent for each candidate. The only real knowledge one can gain from this is that it's a close one, and depending on who you ask, you will get the answer you're looking for; much like the way George Bush runs his foriegn policy.

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