That's about right I think.
I really don't know if Bush will carry that number of states, but as I've been saying, it will be between 57% and 61% fo Bush. Based on the economic model.
The poll projects 58% for Bush, 40% for Kerry and 2% for Nader. Admittedly, its unscientific but I think its right on the money. The President even wins Blue States like CA, IL, and NY as well as Kerry's own home state of MA. Apparently, eve Kerry's own home state voters have given him a big fat thumbs down. That's not good news in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans! A massive sea of Red! Wow, no more two Americas!
I've been getting some internet based polling that balances the samples for Democrats, Republicans and Indy's. The group doing the polling is not pro-Bush by any means. It shows the media polls are shorting Bush by about ten percent. He is actually up about eleven points. Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, all are solid for the president. It's optimistic, I know, but something to consider.