Saturday, July 31, 2004

Newsweek Poll - Slight Bounce

In a new Newsweek Poll, taken on 7/29 & 7/30 (so some polling was done prior to John Kerry's acceptance speech), Kerry/Edwards vs. Bush/Cheney received a 2 point net bounce going from 51-45 to 52-44. In a three-way race (including Nader/Camejo), the bounce is 5 points, with Kerry ahead 49-43-3 race.

It will, of course, be more interesting to check out polling done entirely after the Kerry speech but this poll does have some intriguing internal numbers. Check this out:

"In interviews on Thursday, July 29-before the Kerry nomination acceptance speech-Kerry/Edwards received the support of 47 percent of registered voters, Bush/Cheney 45 percent and Nader/Camejo 2 percent, according to the Newsweek Poll. In Friday interviews after the speech, Kerry/Edwards received 50 percent, Bush/Cheney 40 percent and Nader/Camejo 3 percent. In the two-way race, in interviews on July 29, Kerry/Edwards received 49 percent and Bush/Cheney 47 percent. On July 30, Kerry/Edwards got 54 percent and Bush/Cheney 41 percent, the poll shows."


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