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Friday, September 03, 2004

Flip Slips

Flipper John Kerry had a bad month in August. The Swift Boat vets sent a bunch of torpedos his way. Now Kerry is slipping in the polls. Bush's approval ratings are going up also - we will see what bump Bush gets out of the convention. Could this be the end of Kerry? Geesh - we hope so.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush's lead is slipping.

The American Research Group poll concluded that without Nader, Kerry is leading Bush nationally by 48% by 45% and with Nader by 46% to 45% with Nader at 3%. Among likely voters, it is Kerry 47%, Bush 47%, Nader 3%. The Harris national poll (Sept. 9-13) puts Kerry ahead 48% to 47% and the Pew poll (Sept. 11-14) puts Bush ahead 47% to 46%. In contrast, Gallup (Sept. 13-15) has Bush ahead 55% to 42%. It is not clear why Gallup is contradicting three other polls that say the race is tied nationally.

Jimmy Breslin of Newsday had an column yesterday that, if true, makes this website irrelevant. Breslin claims that pollsters do not call the 168 million cell phones in the country. Since many younger voters do not have a land line and just a cell phone, they will be hugely underrepresented in all the telephone polls. Since younger voters lean more towards the Democrats than the average voter, the polls may be greatly underestimating Kerry's strength. Between missing all the people who have only a cell phone and no land line and the 5 million overseas voters, the polls maybe missing a very large section of the electorate.

4:51 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

If Bush slips any further he'll be 25 points ahead of Kerry - bwhahahahaha

2:46 AM  
Blogger Janet said...

Francis Lynn you are wonderful.

6:18 PM  
Blogger Francis Lynn said...

Geesh - I'm a couple of light years from wonderful, but thank you for causing me to blush.

6:26 PM  

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