quasi in rem

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Could Zogby have been wrong?IBD reports that: "The nationwide poll of 981 adults, taken May 2-8 (after the prison scandal broke) revealed that among 823 registered voters Bush leads Kerry 46% to 41%, with independent Ralph Nader getting 5%. In a two-way race, Bush leads Kerry 47% to 44%.
In an IBD/TIPP poll taken April 16-22, Bush led by four points in a three-man race.
In swing states, Bush widened his lead from 3 points in mid-April to 9 points in early May. He now leads Kerry in the so-called battleground states 49% to 40%"

These numbers do not look good.


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