Thursday, July 15, 2004

John and John Go Marching On

It is commonly believed that undecided voters generally tend to support the challenger rather than the incumbent.  In previous elections the challenger benefited from a surge of a point or two on election day that put them slightly ahead of where the last polls had them and so far it looks like this pattern will be a factor in 2004.  According to a Republican polling outfit undecided Americans lean towards Kerry and the majority of them have a negative view of the President.  This combined with the fact that Senator Kerry holds on to the longest lasting tracking poll lead (six days) of the campaign is reason to be optimistic about the Democrats' chances.  To top all this good news off, Dick Cheney says he will keep his place on the Republican Presidential ticket.


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