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Presidential Poll-O-Rama

With less than a week to go before the election, here's a roundup of the latest polls in the presidential race:

National Polls

Zobgy: The Zogby tracking poll shows the race to be dead even with President Bush and Sen. John Kerry getting 47 percent each.

Washington Post: The Post's daily tracking poll shows Mr. Bush with 49 percent and Kerry with 48 percent.

Rasmussen: The Rasmussen tracking poll shows Mr. Bush at 49.5 percent and Kerry at 47.9 percent. The figures include leaners.

Fox News-Opinion Dynamics: This new poll shows Mr. Bush with a 50-45 percent lead over Kerry.

State Polls

CALIFORNIA - 55 electoral votes (Gore won in 2000 by 11.7
percentage points)
Field Poll, Oct. 21-27, 1,086 LV, MoE +/-3
(Results from early October Field Poll in parentheses)
-Kerry-Edwards, 49 percent (49)
-Bush-Cheney, 42 percent (40)
-Unsure/Other, 9 percent (11)

NEW HAMPSHIRE - 4 electoral votes (Bush won in 2000 by 1.3
percentage points)
Franklin Pierce College, Oct. 25-27, 617 LV, MoE +/-4
(Results from early October Franklin Pierce poll in parentheses)
-Kerry, 50 percent (49)
-Bush, 43 percent (42)
-Nader, 1 percent (1)
-Unsure, 6 percent (8)

NORTH CAROLINA - 15 electoral votes (Bush won in 2000 by 12.8
percentage points)
Mason-Dixon, Oct. 25-26, 625 LV, MoE +/-4
(Results from late September Mason-Dixon poll in parentheses)
-Bush-Cheney, 52 percent (52)
-Kerry-Edwards, 43 percent (43)
-Unsure/Other, 5 percent (6)
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Research 2000, Oct. 24-26, 600 LV, MoE +/-4
(Results from late September Research 2000 poll in parentheses)
-Bush-Cheney, 51 percent (50)
-Kerry-Edwards, 45 percent (44)
-Unsure, 4 percent (6)

WISCONSIN - 10 electoral votes (Gore won in 2000 by 0.2
percentage points)
Badger Poll-University of Wisconsin, Oct. 23-27, 585 LV, MoE
+/-4
-Bush-Cheney, 48 percent
-Kerry-Edwards, 45 percent
-Nader-Camejo, 3 percent
-Unsure, 4 percent

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