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Bush, Kerry Remain In Dead Heat

 

(CPOD) 9/30/04 – The top presidential candidates in the United States remain in a deadlock, according to a poll by Investor’s Business Daily. 45 per cent of respondents would vote for Republican incumbent George W. Bush in the 2004 election, while 45 per cent would support Democratic nominee John Kerry.

 

Polling Data

 

What candidate would you vote for in the 2004 U.S. presidential election?

...........................Sept. 22-27....Sept. 7-12....Aug. 17-23

 

George W. Bush...........45%............46%..............43%

 

John Kerry...................45%............46%..............43%

 

Ralph Nader..................2%..............3%...............5%

 

Source: Investor’s Business Daily

Methodology: Interviews to 649 likely American voters, conducted from Sept. 22 to Sept. 27, 2004. Margin of error is 4 per cent.

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>George W. Bush...........45%............46%..............43%

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>John

>Kerry...................45%............46%..............43%

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>Ralph

>Nader..................2%..............3%...............5%

 

Which in my opinion illustrates yet again that if that idiot Nader would pack his bags and dissapear, you might have a chance of getting rid of Bush. If Bush wins because of the votes Nader "steals" the wrath of the Democrats should be profound. But probably nobody will really think all that ill of Nader - why not truly escapes me. If he hadn't run in 2000 - you probably wouldn't be in Iraq right now.

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