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Bush's Approval Drops, Kerry Surges

Sunday, 08 February 2004 12:00 AM

Fifty percent of registered voters say they would not like to see Bush re-elected to a second term (45% say they would).

And if the election were held today, Democratic frontrunner Sen. John Kerry would win over Bush by 50 percent to 45 percent among registered voters.

However Bush would have clear wins over Democratic contenders Sen. John Edwards (49% to 44%), former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (50% to 44%) and retired General Wesley Clark (51% to 43%).

Sen. Kerry has also strengthened his lead among Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters in the race for the Democratic nomination. Kerry places first in the field with 48 percent, while Dean, his closest rival, follows with 13 percent(last week Kerry led with 45% to Dean's 14%).

Edwards is in third place with 10 percent, followed by Clark with nine percent (an improvement of four points for Clark who last week received 5%). Almost two-thirds (65%) of Democrats and Democratic-leaners say Kerry is their first or second choice, followed by Dean (32%) and Edwards (31%).

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