West Virginia: Bush 46% Kerry 41%
In West Virginia, President Bush leads John Kerry by five percentage points, 46% to 41%. Four years ago, Bush won the state by six points over Al Gore, 52% to 46%. Fifty-four percent (54%) of West Virginia voters have a favorable opinion of Bush compared to just 47% for Kerry. For Edwards and Cheney, the favorability numbers are 54% and 51% respectively. Additionally, 55% of West Virginia voters approve of the way that Bush is performing his role as President. This is a bit higher than the President's national Job Approval ratings.
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