Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Speaking of women – From a brand-new NBC/WSJ poll: “Still, the survey has some troubling numbers for Kerry as he tries to close Bush's narrow lead: Female voters aren't flocking to the Massachusetts senator as they have to past Democratic candidates, and a solid majority of overall voters believes he doesn't have a message, or doesn't know what he would do if elected.” The poll of likely voters shows a 50%-46% split in Bush’s favor.

1 comment:

sam said...

How are the men voting? If they are voting as in 2000 (Bush 54-43), then this poll result (4-point lead for Bush among all) does not make sense. Assuming approx. 50-50 split of men and women voters, the lead would be closer to 8 points.