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  • New Poll Shows Voter Doubts, Tight Race (W49, K46)

    11/01/2004 1:48:34 AM PST · by ambrose · 22 replies · 1,371+ views
    NY Times ^ | 10/31/04
    October 31, 2004 New Poll Shows Voter Doubts, Tight RaceBy ADAM NAGOURNEY and JANET ELDER he nation is girding for Tuesday's presidential election doubtful about the integrity of the voting system, divided over the legitimacy of President Bush's election four years ago, and anxious about the future no matter who wins the contest, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News Poll.A majority of voters - and an overwhelming number of African-Americans - say they do not have a lot of confidence their own votes will be counted properly, and one-third said they expect to encounter problems when they...
  • CBS/NY Times Poll: Bush 51%, Kerry 43% Among Early Voters

    10/31/2004 9:38:05 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 49 replies · 2,494+ views
    CBS/NY Times ^ | October 31, 2004
    In many states (including battlegrounds like Florida) in-person early voting began weeks ago. Today one in five voters nationwide say they have already cast their ballot in some way, and still more were planning to do so before Tuesday when interviewed Thursday through Saturday. 13% of likely voters volunteered that they already voted when we asked if they were likely to vote this year; the remainder told us that they had done so when we asked the method by which were voting. Early voters split about evenly, one-third each between Democrats, Republicans and Independents. They are a bit older: one-quarter...
  • CBS-NEW YORK TIMES INTERNALS (LOONEY TUNES: THAAAT'S ALL FOLKS - A LA HASTA VISTA KERRY ALERT)

    10/31/2004 8:13:43 PM PST · by goldstategop · 79 replies · 3,807+ views
    10/31/04 | goldstategop
    New York Times/CBS Poll As most of you know, we here at Polipundit.com are not enthusiastic supporters of either the New York Times or CBS News, but there are some very interesting findings in their latest poll showing President Bush up 48%-45%. You can find the polls at the New York Times website. I cannot link to it. John Kerry has a 41% favorable, 47% unfavorable rating. This is his worst rating ever. President Bush has a 48% favorable, 41% unfavorable rating. That is his best rating since last December. Undecided voters lean to President Bush 50%-47%, validating the Pew...
  • CBS/NY Times Poll Internals [Excellent News for Bush]

    10/31/2004 8:12:00 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 57 replies · 2,881+ views
    CBS/NY Times / PoliPundit ^ | October 31, 2004 | Alexander K. McClure
    As most of you know, we here at Polipundit.com are not enthusiastic supporters of either the New York Times or CBS News, but there are some very interesting findings in their latest poll showing President Bush up 48%-45%. You can find the polls at the New York Times website. I cannot link to it. John Kerry has a 41% favorable, 47% unfavorable rating. This is his worst rating ever. President Bush has a 48% favorable, 41% unfavorable rating. That is his best rating since last December. Undecided voters lean to President Bush 50%-47%, validating the Pew finding and calling the...
  • CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL SHOWS BUSH UP

    10/31/2004 5:29:04 PM PST · by crushelits · 61 replies · 2,846+ views
    cbsnews.com ^ | October 31, 2004 | cbsnews.com
    Sunday, October 31, 2004 CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL SHOWS BUSH UP CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT (Likely voters) Now Bush-Cheney 49% Kerry-Edwards 46% Nader-Camejo 1% Two weeks ago Bush-Cheney47% Kerry-Edwards 45% Nader-Camejo 2% Read more on these polling results; there are now internals posted, but the other questions bode well for the president (all from the most biased outlet in America).
  • Poll: Bush Up 3 Pts. In Final Days

    10/31/2004 3:49:50 PM PST · by CThomasFan · 95 replies · 3,466+ views
    CBS ^ | 10.31.04
    CBS) The race for the White House heads into its final two days very close in the nationwide popular vote, and nearly the same as it was two weeks ago. President George W. Bush holds a three-point lead over Senator John Kerry among likely voters, an edge within this poll's margin of error.
  • Bush Leads, Uncertainty Reigns (CBS Poll, B49/K46)

    10/31/2004 3:18:54 PM PST · by nopey23 · 123 replies · 4,449+ views
    CBS News ^ | 10/31/04 | CBS
    In a CBS News/New York Times poll out Sunday, President Bush has the support of 49 percent of likely voters to 46 percent for John Kerry. Forty-nine percent of likely voters think Mr. Bush will win, to 33 percent who bet on Kerry. More voters see the president as strong, a man in tune with their priorities, someone who says what he thinks. Fifty-five percent approve of the president's handling of the war on terrorism....
  • CBS/NY Times Lies again: New "poll" uses same tainted sample as old poll (Vanity).

    07/07/2004 6:42:56 PM PDT · by GAGOPSWEEPTOVICTORY · 26 replies · 1,102+ views
    CBS News ^ | Vanity
    CBS and the New York Times are at it again -- distorting polling methods to create "news" showing a Kerry lead in the polls to shift the perception of the American public. We all remember the posts of a week ago, when a CBS News/New York Times poll showed Kerry with a one-point lead over President Bush (45-44%). What the Times didn't tell you was that the poll itself oversampled Democrats by 10%. After the selection of Edwards, CBS News and the Times conducted another poll. The result: a predictable Kerry/Edwards lead of 49% to 44%. Ah, but the devil...
  • Poll finds approval of Bush at a new low [Biased? Moi?]

    06/29/2004 9:58:07 AM PDT · by Slings and Arrows · 21 replies · 97+ views
    NYT via IHT ^ | 6/29/04 | Adam Nagourney and Janet Elder
    <p>President George W. Bush's job approval rating has fallen to the lowest number of his presidency, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News Poll, amid stiffening opposition to the Iraq war, anxiety that the invasion is inviting domestic terrorist attacks and skepticism that the White House has been truthful about the war or about prison abuses at Abu Ghraib.</p>
  • CBS/NYT spike their poll: Dems 50%, Reps 40%

    06/28/2004 9:06:32 PM PDT · by Cableguy · 39 replies · 168+ views
    % leaning: Dems 50%, Reps 40% % identified: Dems 35%, Reps 29% Just like the LA Times poll, these guys always include many more Democrats than Republicans in their samples.
  • Bush's Rating Falls to Its Lowest Point, New Survey (which polls many more Dems than Rs) Finds

    06/29/2004 12:32:42 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 31 replies · 169+ views
    New York Times ^ | Tuesday, June 29, 2004 | By ADAM NAGOURNEY and JANET ELDER
    <p>A majority of respondents in the poll, conducted before yesterday's transfer of power to an interim Iraqi government, said that the war was not worth its cost in American lives and that the Bush administration did not have a clear plan to restore order to Iraq.</p>
  • CBS News Poll: Bush 44, Kerry 45

    06/28/2004 4:37:47 PM PDT · by RW1974 · 83 replies · 291+ views
    "(CBS) Despite concerns about his handling of Iraq, and an overall approval rating of 42%, George W. Bush is still running neck and neck with Democrat John Kerry as the choice of registered voters. Growing public optimism about the nation’s economy has helped lift support for the President. Kerry is the choice of 45% of registered voters, Bush the choice of 44%. This is a sharp turnaround for the Bush campaign in the span of just one month; in May, Kerry had opened up a wide 8-point lead over Bush. The race has been close since April."
  • Poll: Bush running even with Kerry (CBS News-New York Times poll)

    06/28/2004 6:45:56 PM PDT · by kattracks · 51 replies · 209+ views
    AP | 6/28/04
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush has pulled back into a tie with Democrat John Kerry in a CBS News-New York Times poll released Monday, apparently boosted by increasing optimism about the economy. The race remains very close even though Bush's job approval rating was at 42 percent — the lowest level in this poll amid rising concerns about Iraq and terrorism. Kerry had 45 percent support and Bush by 44 percent in the poll. In a three-way matchup, Kerry and Bush were still running even while independent Ralph Nader was at 5 percent. In May, Kerry led Bush by 8...