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Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Kerry Up in WA

Posted by DavidNYC

Mason-Dixon just did a poll for a "private public policy client" in Washington state (no trendlines available):

Kerry: 46
Bush: 42
Nader: 2
Undecided: 10
(MoE: ��4%)

No other information (such as favorability ratings) is available.

(Via PollingReport.com).

Posted at 06:21 PM in Washington | Technorati



Posted by: Ed Fitzgerald (unfutz) at June 19, 2004 01:07 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Washington is in Kerry's bag. He'll win it by 5% or more. The states are pretty much falling into line with what you'd expect. Early polls were all over the place, but people tend to return to their roots. WV is now trending for Kerry and Ohio is swinging towards Bush. WA is a Democratic state and that's where I expect it to wind up this fall.

It looks like the key states will be FL (once again), PA (surprise, could go either way), and perhaps even VA and NC if John Edwards is the VP.

I noticed Edwards was attacking Bush this morning. Sounds like he might wind up being the VP. I hope Kerry doesn't pick dead wood like Dick Gephardt. That would prove to be about as effective as Lieberman in 2000. The Dems need a new fresh face, and a Southern one would certainly help. Edwards is the VP to go with!

Posted by: Rock_nj at June 19, 2004 08:37 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment