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Tuesday, September 07, 2004

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 Latest Zogby poll still shows Kerry ahead

In the latest Zogby Interactive poll President Bush has his best showing since John Kerry accepted his party's nomination in late July.

The poll continues to show Kerry well ahead, leading in 12 of the 16 battlegrounds in Zogby's twice-a-month polls. But Bush took the lead in two states -- Arkansas and Tennessee -- since the poll conducted a week before his convention.

Kerry's 12 states control a total of 135 votes, while Mr. Bush's four have 42. If you add up the numbers, you find that Mr. Kerry would win the Electoral College 307-231. A more detailed analysis is here.

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