October 28, 2004
New York State: The Presidential Contest
Life in a blue state…the presidential election in New York: U.S. Senator John Kerry has a wide lead over President George Bush in the campaign for New York’s 31 electoral votes. Kerry receives the support of 54% of the state’s registered voters compared with 38% for Bush. Ralph Nader receives 2%, and 6% are undecided. Among likely voters, Kerry has 56% and Bush has 38%. Nader receives 1%, and 5% are undecided.