May 28, 2004


Kerry Has Slight Edge In Iowa

The race in Iowa -- which Al Gore won by just one percent in 2000 -- appears as close as ever. Sen. John Kerry holds a small lead over President Bush, according to a new Survey USA poll. Kerry has 48% to Bush's 45%, with 8% undecided.

Interestingly, a concurrent Survey USA poll finds a ticket of Kerry paired with Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack (D) loses to Bush-Cheney by three points.

The numbers for each poll are within the margin of error, so you can't necessarily conclude that Vilsack hurts Kerry in Iowa. But you can't conclude he helps Kerry either.










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