August 4, 2004
National Poll: The Candidates and the Campaign 2004
John Kerry and George Bush are still neck and neck nationwide among registered voters. Kerry has the support of 45% of the national electorate compared with 44% for Bush. Ralph Nader receives 3%, and 8% are undecided. In the 17 battleground states, Kerry receives the support of 49% of registered voters and Bush receives 42%.