John Kerry leads George Bush 50-49 percent of New Hampshire LV’s, with 1 percent for Nader, according to a University of New Hampshire Survey Center Poll, conducted 10/28-11/1. The poll also found that Kerry leads among NH Independents 48-41 percent and 51-42 percent among “swing voters.”
John Kerry leads George Bush 50-47 percent of Iowa LV’s in the final SurveyUSA Poll, conducted 10/31-11/1. The poll also found that Kerry has a 20 point lead among Independents (57-37 percent).
John Kerry and George Bush are tied at 48 percent of nation-wide RV’s in the final Marist Poll, conducted 11/1. The Poll also found that Kerry leads Bush 50-49 percent of LV’s, and Bush’s approval rating was 49 percent.
John Kery leads George Bush 50-47 percent of nation-wide RV’s, with 1 percent for Nader, according to the final Economist/YouGov Poll, conducted 10/29-11/1.
SurveyUSA Polls of LV’s conducted 10/29-11/1 show John Kerry and George Bush locked in tight races in the following states:
PA – Kerry leads 49-48 percent
FL – Bush leads 49-48 percent
OH – Bush leads 49-47 percent
AR – tied at 48 percent
MO – Bush leads 52-47 percent
John Kerry leads George Bush 47-45 percent among nationwide RVs and and 48-46 among LVs in a 3-way contest, according to a Fox News/Opinion Dynamics Poll conducted 10/30-31. The Poll also found that Kerry leads among Independents 46-40 percent and Bush’s approval rating was 47 percent.
Kerry also leads by 3 among RVs and by 2 among LVs in a 2-way contest.
The new DCorps poll finds Kerry leading Bush, 48-47 percent, among nation-wide LVs, with 1 percent for Nader in a new Democracy Corps Poll conducted 10/29-31. The poll also finds that Kerry leads Bush 51-46 percent of LV’s in the key battleground states (CO, FL, IA, NH, NV, NM, OH, PA and WI).
Bush leads Kerry 49-46 percent of nation-wide LV’s, with 1 for Ralph Nader, according to a CBS News/New York Times Poll conducted 10/28-30. The poll also found that Kerry lead among Independents 50-43.
Bush leads Kerry 48-47 percent of nation-wide LV’s, with 1 percent for Nader, according to an NBC News/Wall St. Journal Poll conducted 10/29-31.
Note: RV data were not available for either of these two polls.
In a poll released October 25 the LA Times has Kerry/Edwards leading Bush/Cheney 48% to 47% in a 2-way RV matchup.
The latest Democracy Corps survey, conducted Oct 23-25 Shows John Kerry leading George Bush 49-47 in their national sample and 52-45 in the battleground states. The poll also found that Kerry is ahead by 22 pts among new voters and includes substantial additional information on the latest trends among population subgroups and target voters.