Thursday, January 23, 2003

Bush under 50 percent in polls with Dem candidates
In early polling done by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News via the Drudge Report shows that 41% "will probably vote for President Bush" if he runs for reelection in 2004; 34 percent will "probably vote for the Democratic candidate," 3 percent will "vote for another party's candidate," 16 percent said it "depends on who his opponent is," 6 percent were not sure.
Of the likely Democratic candidates, Bush beats Lieberman 50 to 34, Bush beats Gephardt 51 to 32, Bush beats Kerry 48 to 31. It's amazing that so many people would be undecided or voting for other candidates, essentially Ralph Nader or the Libertarian candidate, since the Reform Party is all but nonexistent.

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