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...the bottom line is that the President is ahead by 4 to 5 points at this time. That's a significant improvement over the past few weeks, but not a double digit lead.
...Saturday's one-day sample showed a big day for Kerry while all the days surrounding it showed a decent lead for the President.
Originally posted by dnnx
Man, those voters are really swinging, or maybe it all depends who you ask?
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Polls can be skewed any way the people taking them want
them to go.
Honestly, I think they are worthless.
However, for those that follow them ... G.W. IS ahead in the
polls by an average of 11%
Among registered voters in the most recent poll, Bush and Kerry were about even -- 49 percent to 48 percent respectively -- with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.
Originally posted by W_HAMILTON
Some can try to distort what's out there, but I imagine Bush did experience a pretty nice bounce.
Zogby is that he is the Wall St Journal's house pollster. The WSJ is not some wacko leftist organization whose goal is to make Kerry look good.