October 06, 2004


New Polls

A Sacred Heart University poll finds President Bush would beat Sen. John Kerry, 48% to 43% among likely voters, if the election were held today. However, the poll interviews began before the first presidential debate last week.

Update: A new Democracy Corps survey shows Kerry moving into the lead, 49% to 48%.

The new Economist poll also shows Kerry with a one point lead, 47% to 46%.

Here are the more notable recent state polls: Meanwhile, the Electoral Vote Predictor shows Bush leading Kerry, 285 to 232. For more polls, see 2.004k.com.










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