Skip to comments.(October 7, 2004) AP Poll: Kerry Holds Small Lead Over Bush (50% to 46%)
Posted on 10/04/2008 12:11:22 PM PDT by Chet 99
WASHINGTON Sen. John Kerry (search) has taken a slim lead over President Bush (search), according to an Associated Press poll that shows the president's support tumbling on personal qualities, the war in Iraq (search) and the commander in chief's bedrock campaign issue national security.
Fewer voters than a month ago believe Bush is the best man to protect the country and fight the Iraq war.
The AP-Ipsos Public Affairs poll (search), completed on the eve of the second presidential debate, showed a reversal from early September, when the Republican incumbent had the momentum and a minuscule lead. With bloodshed increasing in Iraq, Kerry sharpened his attacks, and Bush stumbled in their initial debate.
Among 944 likely voters, the Kerry-Edwards ticket led Bush-Cheney 50 percent to 46 percent. The Oct. 4-6 survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
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Again...the only poll that matters is the one that happens on the first Tuesday in November.
deja-vu but 10X worse this election period. The media is not even disguising themselves this go around. It is “us vs. them.”