Skip to comments.John Kerry leads President Bush 52%-44% (March 2004)
Posted on 02/27/2006 5:42:58 PM PST by iPod Shuffle
WASHINGTON In the first national poll since the presidential campaign became a two-person race, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry leads President Bush, 52%-44%.
Kerry's 8-point lead with likely voters in the USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll comes after he effectively clinched the Democratic nomination on Tuesday and Bush followed with three speeches criticizing Kerry's record in the Senate and charging that the country would be less safe under his leadership.
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John Kerry: I want a do-over!
OH MY GOD!!! THIS IS HORRIBLE! BUSH IS DOOOOOOOOOOOOMED!!! NOVEMBER WILL BE A SLAUGHTER!!!
The end is neigh.. there is no way in hell that President Bush will be reelected in 2008.. we've lost Bush as president now...
everyone screaming about polls should watch a marathon sometime. report back and let me know if the person leading early on in the marathon usually ends up the winner.
only idiots read USA Today or watch CNN
WTF is this stupidity? Why don't they put him up against Clinton or Reagan while they're at it?
I am amazed at how many people still have their Kerry/Edwards bumper stickers still on their junker cars.
Yes, it is amazing how republicans, who are abused and misused by poll after poll, would continue to believe in them.
The planet's magnetic field has reversed.......or somthin...........
Usually if you see a Volvo it is likely to have a Kerry sticker.
This is a rather cruel joke to recycle this, as if the poll were a current one.
Its worse then you think, Bush doesn`t have a prayer in this fall`s election. Bet he will have trouble winning a single state. Serves him right.
I truly hope Kerry gets the nomination.
Does anyone ever read anymore? You evidently do not.
The date of the story (March 2004) is right on the top of the post.
Oh dear, how are the imperial America fascist takeover conspiracy theorists going to explain this?
and the driver is no doubt wearing Birkenstocks.
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