October 03, 2004


New Polls

A Newsweek poll finds President Bush's lead over Sen. John Kerry "has vanished" and "the race is now statistically tied." Kerry leads 49% to 46%.

A Los Angeles Times poll shows Kerry "improved his image with voters" who watched the first debate with Bush "but didn't significantly shift their choice in the presidential race." But "the key political question will be whether those gains in Kerry's image will help him peel away voters from Bush in the days ahead."

Update: The Iowa Electronic Market futures had dramatic moves in favor of Kerry.

Update II: The latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll also has big gains for Kerry. The two candidates are now tied at 49% among likely voters. Among registered voters, Bush leads 49% to 47%.










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