September 18, 2004

The New York Times > Washington > Campaign 2004 > Bush Opens Lead Despite Unease Voiced in Survey

While Bush seems to be gaining and Kerry falling behind in the polls. Polls are frail and much can happen between now and the election to change voters' opinions.

"This poll and several others in recent days with differing findings have suggested that the electorate is in flux. Alternatively, the different results may reflect how difficult it is to poll a closely divided public, particularly when answering machines, caller identification devices and cellphones make people harder to reach on their home telephones."
Post a Comment