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Kerry Leads in 10th Straight PA Poll

John Kerry leads George Bush 48-46 percent of Pennsylvania RV's, according to a Morning Call/Muhlenberg College Poll conducted 10/17-22. This makes 10 straight Pennsylvania Polls showing Kerry leading.

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If Kerry is going to win nationally, he is going to have to win by more than 2 in Pa.

Well, before you get too discouraged over this, just consider the source. Ten straight polls is pretty good. The numbers have been higher with the others.

Michael,

To be honest with you, much of the polling that we have seen recently indicates that it will be to truly dufficult to anticipate what will actually occur on Nov. 2. Bush doesn't really seem to be able to raise his approval ratings over 47%, and Kerry's internals seem very "pregnant" to me . . . I guess the undecideds have not quite bought the farm yet. Frankly, I think it is highly likely that the winner of the Presidential race won't be known when we wake up on November 3.

Frankly, I think it is highly likely that the winner of the Presidential race won't be known when we wake up on November 3.

Posted by Ray Stewart at October 23, 2004 10:24 PM
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I won't be going to sleep that night if the election is in question.