September 24, 2004
National Poll: The Candidates and the Campaign 2004
Although neither President George Bush nor Senator John Kerry has a clear advantage among registered voters, Bush holds an edge over Kerry among those likely to vote on Election Day. Bush has the support of 47% of registered voters nationwide compared with 45% for Kerry. Ralph Nader receives 3%, and only 5% are undecided. Among likely voters, Bush receives 50% and Kerry receives 44%. Nader has 2% and 4% of likely voters are undecided.