Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Bouncing all over the place 

Bouncing in some, but not in others post-convention polls.

In a
Washington Post/ABC News Poll, Kerry leads on 50% among registered voters, with Bush on 44%. Among likely voters, however, Kerry leads by only 2%.

In a
USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll, Kerry and Bush are stuck at 47% among registered voters and Bush leads Kerry among likely voters by 50% to 46%.

What does it all mean? As
Kerry himself says: "Polls are not what's important. What's important is what we're going to do for America." But not if you can't actually win the election.


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