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2004 US Presidential Election
July 23, 2004
Kerry | USATODAY/Gallup: Kerry Leads By A Hair

USATODAY has the latest USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll numbers up:

It finds that voters’ faith in President Bush when it comes to combating terrorism is bolstering his standing in a presidential contest that remains essentially tied. Boosting Bush’s prospects: The belief by most Americans that a terrorist attack on U.S. soil will occur in the next few weeks or months.

Kerry is at 47% among likely voters, Bush at 46% and independent candidate Ralph Nader at 4%. Among the larger group of registered voters, Kerry is at 47%, Bush at 43% and Nader at 5%.



Posted by Alan at July 23, 2004 09:03 AM | TrackBack
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