« How Nader Plans to Get on the Ballot | Main | Teixeira: Combine New and Old to Win Ohio »

Wednesday, April 07, 2004

"Very Little Evidence" That Kerry is Hurting in Swing States

Posted by DavidNYC

Contrary to some of the polling I'd cited earlier, the Note says:

But at this point, there's very little evidence that Kerry has suffered in the aggregate of national polls or in swing state polls -- assuming that the nation remains stuck at equilibrium 50 to 50, which is where it seems to be. Kerry has a nice lead in some key states, trails a little in others, and ties Bush in yet others.

Go read Kos for more on this.

Posted at 01:43 PM in General | Technorati


This is encouraging. Some have said that the electorate is so split, that external events will decide this election. What scares me is the possibility of another terror attack. Would that help or hurt Bush's reelection? To the extent possible, the Kerry campaign should be thinking about this and be ready.

Posted by: Mary at April 8, 2004 09:51 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment