Monday, August 30, 2004

Battleground State Polling Update

According to National Journal's Convention Alert:
Eight More Signs Of A WH Squeaker

New CNN/Gallup/USA Today polling puts President Bush ahead of John Kerry in Wisconsin, 48 percent to 45 percent. In Iowa, Kerry leads 51-45, while there's a 47 percent deadlock in Pennsylvania. The Hotline's Electoral Scoreboard now stands at 274 for Bush, 231 for Kerry, and 33 tied or disputed. On the national front, meanwhile, the new Battleground 2004 poll asks the White House question five different ways -- and every time comes up with a Kerry advantage of one to three percentage points. The president, however, gets a 51 percent job approval rating and a 64 percent personal approval rating.


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