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Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll

A Monday August 16, 2004 Rasmussen Tracking Poll shows Senator John Kerry with 48% of the vote and President George W. Bush with 47%. Kerry has been at 47% or 48% for ten of the last twelve days. Bush has been at 45% or 46% for eight of those days. In fact, the President has been at 45% or 46% for 22 of the last 26 days.

4 comments on “Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll

  1. Robert Kralowetz on

    When are you going to update your website to reflect the current standings of the polls and Kerry’s lead in Ohio? I guess you are like the memos…keep it the same and no one will notice.

  2. Mark Coovelis on

    The country is evenly divided. This election will come down to voter turn-out on election day. A major event will push the vote one way or the other. If nothing major happens, doubts about the war will give Kerry a very slim victory. But Republicans will attack vigorously from day one of a Kerry Administration, and only fortunate circumstances will allow a second term for a Democrat


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