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Final Pre-election Harris Polls 11-02-04: Too Close to Call but Kerry Makes Modest Gains
The Harris Poll ^ | 11-02-04 | harris interactive

Posted on 11/02/2008 9:10:40 AM PST by grandpa jones

The final Harris Poll from Nov 2, 2004...
Another piece of evidence pointing to a likely Kerry victory is that online Harris Polls in these large, key states, which may well determine the Electoral College result, all show modest Kerry leads. However, all these leads are within the possible sampling error for these surveys. Assuming the forecast is correct, Kerry is likely to win all three large states, and almost certainly the White House along with it. The sample sizes were well over 1,000 likely voters in Florida (1,433), Pennsylvania (1,204), and Ohio (1,218).

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TOPICS: Extended News; US: Florida; US: Ohio; US: Pennsylvania
KEYWORDS: 2004polls; battleground; harrispoll
Table 3 is pretty interesting. It looks very much like 2008. The pollsters got it wrong in 2004, but that hasn't stopped them from trying the same old same old in 2008.
1 posted on 11/02/2008 9:10:41 AM PST by grandpa jones
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To: grandpa jones

Whatever happened to the Harris Poll?

2 posted on 11/02/2008 9:16:34 AM PST by MrChips (MrChips)
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To: MrChips

They appear to be doing only online, interactive polling, so nobody pays attention to them.

3 posted on 11/02/2008 9:24:04 AM PST by zaker99
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