Monday, August 02, 2004

Hey, CNN! Bite Me!

Earlier today, I posted CNN's ridiculous post-convention polling results, which were "weighted," which means that CNN based this poll on the voting patterns of likely voters (trans. White middle class suburbanites) in the 2000 presidential election season.

Scroll down to read the results of many other polls conducted during the same time period. Every single one (except for the CNN P.O.S.) shows Senator Kerry ahead.

Now comes the ABC/Post polling results (Just Released Moments Ago):

The Massachusetts senator gained five to eight points among registered voters on issues and attributes alike, while Bush lost about as many. And after a convention that focused heavily on his military experience in Vietnam, Kerry leads Bush as "better qualified to be commander-in-chief," by 52 percent to 44 percent.

Among registered voters, 50 percent support Kerry in this ABC News/Washington Post poll, 44 percent Bush and 2 percent Ralph Nader — a gain of four points for Kerry and a loss of four for Bush from the pre-convention ABC/Post poll. LINK
And people wonder why a guy who was "captured" 3 weeks ago and who has access to TERROR! info that's over 3 years old (link) gets banner headlines on the day of Senator Kerry's acceptance speech!


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