October 07, 2004


New Polls

Sen. John Kerry's strong performance in the first debate has helped him among likely voters in 16 battleground states, according to the latest Zogby Interactive poll. Kerry "now holds leads, albeit some of them razor-thin, in 13 states, an improvement from the 11 he held three weeks ago."

"Notably, Mr. Kerry overtook President Bush in Ohio, a critical swing state where he had been trailing since mid-July."

Update: The new AP Poll shows Kerry with a four-point lead among likely voters, 50% to 46%. But a new Marist College poll shows Bush with a three-point lead among likely voters, 49% to 46%.

Here are some notable state polls:
  • Pennsylvania: Kerry 48, Bush 41 (Franklin and Marshall)
  • Pennsylvania: Kerry 48, Bush 46 (American Rsearch Group)
  • Pennsylvania: Kerry 49, Bush 47 (Survey USA)
  • Missouri: Bush 51, Kerry 45 (Rasmussen)
  • Maine: Kerry 49, Bush 47 (Survey USA)
  • Florida: Bush 48, Kerry 44 (Mason-Dixon)
  • Ohio: Kerry 48, Bush 47 (American Research Group)
  • Florida: Bush 46, Kerry 42 (Quinnipiac)
  • New Jersey: Kerry 49, Bush 41 (Fairleigh Dickinson)










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