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Latest Battleground State Polls

Friday, 22 October 2004 12:00 AM

Bush 49%

Bush 48%

Bush 45%

Bush 46%

Bush 45%

Bush 48%

Bush 50%

Bush 49%

Bush 46%

Bush 45%

Florida

Bush - 47%

Iowa

Bush - 48%

Minnesota

Bush - 44%

Ohio

Bush - 46%

Pennsylvania

Bush - 50%

Wisconsin

Bush - 52%

Democratic hopeful John Kerry continues to lead in six battleground states, and has surged to a tie in New Mexico, according to the latest Reuters/Zogby ten-state battleground poll. The poll also found President Bush continuing to lead in Ohio, Nevada and Colorado.

The fight for the Oval Office comes down to:

Bush 48%

Bush 47%

Bush 44%

Bush 45%

Bush 47%

Bush 49%

Bush 50%

Bush 48%

Bush 45%

Bush 44%

Bush 50%

Bush 47%

Bush 46%

Bush 47%

Bush 46%

Bush 52%

Bush 50%

Bush 49%

Bush 46%

Bush 44%

President Bush and Senator Kerry traded leads in four states in the see-saw battle for the White House, according to the latest Reuters/Zogby ten-state battleground poll. Mr. Bush now leads in Colorado, and is again ahead in Ohio and Iowa, while Mr. Kerry has overtaken the President in Florida and regained the lead in Minnesota and Pennsylvania. The telephone polls of approximately 600 likely voters per state were conducted from Tuesday through Friday (October 26-29, 2004). The margin of error is +/- 4.1 percentage points.

The fight for the Oval Office comes down to:

Bush 47%

Bush 45%

Bush 45%

Bush 48%

Bush 43%

Bush 51%

Bush 51%

Bush 46%

Bush 44%

Bush 45%

--Bush Rebounds, Now Ahead in 5 States (FL, MI, MN, NM, NV) --Kerry Leads in 4 States (CO, IA, OH, WI) --Tie in Pennsylvania at 47% Each

President Bush has moved into the lead in traditionally-Democratic Michigan and Minnesota, and has pulled even in Pennsylvania, according to the latest Reuters/Zogby ten-state battleground poll. Senator Kerry, meanwhile, has taken the lead in Iowa. The telephone polls of approximately 600 likely voters per state were conducted from Monday through Thursday (October 25-28, 2004).

The fight for the Oval Office comes down to:

Bush 47%

Bush 48%

Bush 44%

Bush 47%

Bush 46%

Bush 49%

Bush 50%

Bush 44%

Bush 47%

Bush 46%

Florida

Bush - 51%

Ohio

Kerry - 50%

Pennsylvania

Bush - 49%

17 electoral votes (Gore won in 2000 by 5.2 percentage points)

10 electoral votes, (Gore won in 2000 by 2.4 percentage points)

St. Cloud State University, Oct. 17-26, 673 LV, MoE +/-4

Quinnipiac, Oct. 22-26, 909 LV, MoE +/-4

President Bush now trails Sen. Kerry in Ohio, a state critical to Republican ambitions, according to the latest Reuters/Zogby 10-state battleground poll.

Reliably Democrat Michigan is also now in play, with the candidates tied at 47% apiece. The telephone polls of approximately 600 likely voters per state were conducted from Sunday through Wednesday (October 24-27, 2004). The margin of error is +/- 4.1 percentage points.

The fight for the Oval Office comes down to:

Bush 46%

Bush 48%

Bush 45%

Bush 47%

Bush 44%

Bush 47%

Bush 51%

Bush 45%

Bush 46%

Bush 46%

Al Gore won the state in 2000 by 15.8 percentage points. But now:

Quinnipiac, Oct. 21-25,852 LV, MoE +/-3.5

(Results from Quinnipiac poll a week ago in parentheses)

Bush-Cheney, 46 percent (45)

Kerry-Edwards, 46 percent (49)

Nader-Camejo, 2 percent (1)

Unsure, 6 percent (4)

--Kerry Ahead in 5 States (CO, MN, PA, MI, WI)

--Bush Still Leads in 4 States (FL, NM, NV, OH)

--Tied in Iowa (45% Each)

Iowa and Wisconsin have moved out of President Bush's column, with Senator Kerry picking up the latter, in the latest Reuters/Zogby ten-state battleground poll.

Colorado

Bush 47%

Kerry 49%

Florida

Bush 49%

Kerry 45%

Iowa

Bush 45%

Kerry 45%

Michigan

Bush 44%

Kerry 49%

Minnesota

Bush 44%

Kerry 46%

New Mexico

Bush 48%

Kerry 43%

Nevada

Bush 49%

Kerry 46%

Ohio

Bush 46%

Kerry 44%

Pennsylvania

Bush 45%

Kerry 49%

Wisconsin

Bush 46%

Kerry 48%

Florida

Bush - 52%

Ohio

Bush - 48%

Pennsylvania

Bush - 46%

Iowa

Bush - 49%

Colorado

Bush - 51%

Michigan

Bush - 43%

Minnesota

Bush - 47%

New Mexico

Bush - 46%

Nevada

Bush - 49%

Wisconsin

Bush - 50%

Colorado

Bush 47%

Florida

Bush 48%

Iowa

Bush 47%

Michigan

Bush 43%

Minnesota

Bush 43%

New Mexico

Bush 50%

Nevada

Bush 40%

Ohio

Bush 46%

Pennsylvania

Bush 45%

Wisconsin

Bush 48%

Nevada:

(Reno Gazette-Journal and KRNV-TV)

Bush - 49%

(Las Vegas Sun, KLAS-TV and KNPR)

Bush - 45%

Colorado

Bush 45%

Florida

Bush 49%

Iowa

Bush 47%

Michigan

Bush 42%

Minnesota

Bush 45%

New Mexico

Bush 49%

Nevada

Bush 48%

Ohio

Bush 47%

Pennsylvania

Bush 45%

Wisconsin

Bush 48%

Ohio University's Scripps Survey Research Center Poll found:

Bush 43%

Kerry 49%

Other 1%

Undecided 3%

The latest St. Petersburg Times/Miami Herald poll shows:

Bush 46%

Kerry 46%

Nader 1%

Undecided 7%

Kerry 48

Bush 47

Nader 1

Democratic challenger John Kerry has nearly closed a seven-point gap among Florida likely voters and now trails President George W. Bush, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.

Bush 48

Kerry 47

Nader 1

A Survey USA Poll finds:

Bush 51

Kerry 46

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