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52% Believe Bush Will Win in November

Fifty-two percent (52%) of Americans now believe that President Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney will be re-elected this November. A Rasmussen Reports survey found that just 38% expect the Democratic ticket of John Kerry and John Edwards to emerge victorious. Those numbers reflect a big change from the last time we asked the question. Following the Democratic Convention, data released to Premium Members showed that 47% of voters expected Kerry to win while 43% took the opposite view. Those results were similar to a July survey (following the Edwards announcement) which found that, 46% of voters thought the Democrats would win. In mid-July, 45% thought the President would be re-elected.

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