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2004 US Presidential Election
October 25, 2004
Kerry | Kerry Regains Lead In Rasmussen Tracking Poll

Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll
Bush 46%
Kerry 48%
The poll was conducted October 22-24 and has a margin of error is plus or minus 2 percent.

This is the first time the Rasmussen tracking poll found Kerry leading since August 23.

From California Yankee.



Posted by Dan Spencer at October 25, 2004 12:06 PM | TrackBack
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I think I am inclined to side with both candidates. The polls don’t seem to mean anything. On RealClearPolitics, they post about 13 of the major polls. Today, Kerry is ahead in one; the Rasmussen Report. Bush is ahead in the other 12. Of course, it is very interesting that the media will only post the one that has Kerry in the lead. You don’t see any headlines with Bush in the lead. Our “unbiased” media again.

Posted by: BH57 [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 25, 2004 01:39 PM

And Hawaii, one of the strongest states for Democrats, is, for the moment, a pink state for BUSH. Electoral-Vote.com

And traders are buying BUSH futures

and Gamblers are Betting on BUSH

Posted by: Max Darkside [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 25, 2004 02:37 PM

Rasmussen said on his own page (must be a premium member to see it), that this is probably statistical noise. Kerry had a big day on saturday on his poll, but Bush had a big day on saturday on Zogby. By Wednesday saturday will wash out of the results.

Posted by: jimbergin [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 25, 2004 03:07 PM

A this moment amongst TCP’s 2004 election headlines their are the results of 14 individual polls:

Bush (8 for 14) @ 57.14285714285714%

Kerry (6 for 14) @ 42.857142857142854%

Just callin like I see it.

Posted by: CRITIQULE [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 25, 2004 11:07 PM

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