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New State Polls

Bush Ahead In Poll of Arizona LVs

Bush leads Kerry 50-39 percent among Arizona LVs, with 3 percent for another party ticket and 8 percent undecided, according to a survey conducted Sept. 13-14 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research for Knight Ridder and MSNBC.


Bush Leads By 7 Percent In Two Missouri Polls

Bush leads Kerry 48-41 percent among Missouri LVs, with 1 percent for Nader, 1 percent for another party ticket and 9 percent undecided in a survey conducted Sept. 14-16 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research for Knight Ridder and MSNBC.

Bush leads Kerry 49-42 percent of Missouri LVs, with 9 percent unsure in a head-to-head survey conducted Sept. 13-16 by Research 2000 for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KMOV-TV.


Bush Leads Among NH LVs

Bush leads Kerry 49-40 percent among New Hampshire LVs, with 3 percent for Nader and 8 percent unsure, according to a survey conducted Sept. 13-15 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research for Knight Ridder and MSNBC.


Kerry Lags By 7 Among Ohio LVs

Bush leads Kerry 49-42 percent among Ohio LVs, with 2 percent for Nader and 7 percent undecided, in a survey by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research for Knight Ridder and MSNBC, conducted Sept. 14-15.


Kerry and Bush Near Tie In WV Heat

Bush leads Kerry 45-44 among West Virginia LVs, with 11 percent undecided in a survey by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research for Knight Ridder and MSNBC, conducted Sept. 13-14.

Comments

Poo, I'm not liking the state by state results coming out lately. Go look at www.electoral-vote.com and click on the electoral vote graph to see that Bush has been spiking lately, especially in the last 10 days. And why can't we get any traction in Ohio?

I'm wondering why the state polls listed here don't include the Zogby's, which favor Kerry:

http://online.wsj.com/public/resources/documents/info-battleground04-frameset.html

Well, Zogby's Internet polls are suspect because of the self-selecting sample.

Anyway, these poll results are great. We have the LV samples, which usually skew Repub, and the incumbent president is under 50%?? After his convention? That sucks for Bush.

And remember another thing, even after Kerry's bounce faded in the national polls, he still enjoyed leads in the battleground states. All in all, I'd still rather be Kerry than Bush.

THE 20 SEPT. state results show a clean sweep for Bush from AZ (+11) to WV (+1). Where are the "emerging Democrats?