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Bush 48% Kerry 43%

This story link just popped up on the Drudgereport. I guess this is just another example of why you can't put too much stock in the polls too soon. This is a pretty big swing though.

February 18, 2004--President George W. Bush now leads Massachusetts Senator John F. Kerry by five points in the latest Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll. As of this morning, Bush attracts support from 48% of the nation's likely voters while Kerry is the choice for 43%.

-- Rodney Dill

UPDATE: Other Recent Poll(s) with the numbers reporting just the opposite. I expect this flip flopping to continue for sometime.

-- Rodney Dill

Comments (2)

Kerry dropped three points.... (Below threshold)

Kerry dropped three points. Bush rose three points. The margin of error?

Three points.

All probably well within th... (Below threshold)
Rodney Dill:

All probably well within the margin of error. I didn't find a current Bush/Edwards comparision to see if Edwards improved agains Bush for the same time.






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