Monday, April 26, 2004

This FOXNews.com poll bears out the results of my minipoll, and my general impression: "Many Bush voters say the main reason they are supporting the Republican incumbent is because he is 'doing a good job' as president (28 percent), with the next most popular reason being his character (19 percent), followed by his positions on the issues (14 percent) and leadership qualities (11 percent).
For Kerry voters, over a third (38 percent) say the main reason they are supporting the senator is 'He's not Bush,' while others cite his positions on the issues (22 percent), and the simple fact that he is a Democrat (11 percent)."

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