Meanwhile, Zogby has other polling news...
Zogby has potentially different results from the Washington Post poll and indicates that Bush has acyually gained in the past two weeks, at least electorially speaking.
In a two-week stretch that included more positive economic news and mixed reports from the troubled Middle East, President Bush continued to improve his standing among Americans in key states, wresting the lead in the race for the White House from Democratic Challenger John Kerry of Massachusetts, the latest Zogby Interactive poll shows.
The poll, conducted June 14-19, shows Mr. Bush would win 285 Electoral College votes, compared to 253 for Mr. Kerry.
For the record, I don't believe any of them. Well not entirely, anyway.
I think that of the people currently willing to answer a phone and conduct a political poll, 90% of them are interested in Politics and 100% have nothing better to do. Of those 90%, they are probably pretty evenly split.
Look back at the polls after the conventions for real numbers, and again after the debates.
Up until then it is all just so much fluff.