Poll: Bush beats Dean in California

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  • lucky wilbury

    Poll: Bush beats Dean in California

    Poll: Bush beats Dean in California
    President pulls over 50% of vote in hypothetical contest

    Posted: January 13, 2004
    5:00 p.m. Eastern

    © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

    President Bush, who soundly lost California and its 54 electoral votes to Al Gore in 2000, would win a hypothetical matchup with Democrat Howard Dean in the Golden State, a new poll reveals.

    The survey, conducted by Probolsky Research, finds Bush winning a majority of votes, or 50.9 percent. Dean garnered 35.4 percent, while 3.7 percent of respondents would choose a candidate other than Bush or Dean. Ten percent said they were not sure.

    Bush does better with men than women voters, with 55.3 percent of those polled choosing to re-elect the president. Dean took in 33 percent of the men surveyed. Of the women polled, Bush received 46.8 percent of the vote, while Dean was favored by 38.5 percent.

    Conducted in both English and Spanish, the poll included the responses of 625 Californians and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

    Gore beat Bush in California in 2000, 53.5 percent to 41.7 percent. The state's party registration favors Democrats, who make up 43.6 percent of voters compared to 35.3 percent who are Republicans. Sixteen percent of voters in California decline to state a party affiliation.
  • Lincoln
    • Jan 2004
    • 80

    Name recognition blah blah blah, polls don't count blah blah blah, depends on how the question is asked blah blah blah . The dems don't stand a chance without California.
    Last edited by Lincoln; 01-13-2004, 11:51 PM.


    • Catfish

      That's pretty huge news. CA's always been a given to the Libs.