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June 10, 2004

Florida Tracking

Each week, Rasmussen Reports interviews just over 200 Likely voters from the state of Florida.

Data collected for the 14-days ending Tuesday, June 8, shows Senator Kerry with 49% and President Bush at 46% among Florida's voters. Our three-week sample also shows the Senator ahead, but by a single point at 48% to 47%.

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June 9, 2004

Ohio: Bush 46% Kerry 42%

In Ohio, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey shows President Bush with 46% of the vote and Senator Kerry with 42%. That four point edge matches Bush's margin of victory in the state four years ago. In Election 2000, it was Bush 50% Gore 46%.

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June 9, 2004

Reagan Reflections

As the world mourns the passing of our 40th President, 67% of American voters have a favorable impression of Ronald Reagan.

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June 8, 2004

Massachusetts: Kerry 58% Bush 33%

No surprise in Massachusetts. In his home state, Senator John F. Kerry is soundly defeating President George W. Bush, 58% to 33%.

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June 8, 2004

Florida: Kerry 46% Bush 46%

Just like it was four years ago, the Presidential race in Florida is tied. A Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry and President George W. Bush each earning 46% of the vote in the Sunshine State.

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June 7, 2004

Iowa: Kerry 49% Bush 41%

In Iowa, a Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry leading President George W. Bush 49% to 41%.

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June 6, 2004

Oklahoma: Bush 58% Kerry 34%

In Oklahoma, a Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush leading Senator John F. Kerry 58% to 34%.

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June 5, 2004

Alabama: Bush 57% Kerry 36%

George Bush can feel pretty secure about Alabama's 9 Electoral Votes. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush leading Senator John F. Kerry in the state by a 57% to 36% margin.

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June 5, 2004

Maine: Kerry 54% Bush 35%

Before the Democrats settled on a candidate from the state next door, Maine was thought to be a battleground state for Election 2004. However, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry with a huge 54% to 35% lead in that state over President George W. Bush.

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June 5, 2004

South Carolina: Bush 49% Kerry 39%

In South Carolina, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush leading Senator John F. Kerry by a 49% to 39% margin.

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June 5, 2004

Minnesota: Kerry 48% Bush 43%

In Minnesota, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry with 48% of the vote and President George W. Bush with 43%.

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June 4, 2004

Pennsylvania: Bush 45% Kerry 44%

In Pennsylvania, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush with 45% of the vote and Senator John F. Kerry with 44%. That's little changed from our March survey which found Kerry ahead by a single point.

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June 4, 2004

Michigan: Kerry 47% Bush 41%

Michigan, one of the key battleground states for Election 2004, is leaning towards Senator John F. Kerry early in the campaign season. Kerry has a 47% to 41% lead over President George W. Bush in the state.

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June 4, 2004

Virginia: Bush 47% Kerry 45%

In Virginia, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush with 47% of the vote and Senator John F. Kerry with 45%.

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June 4, 2004

New Jersey: Kerry 51% Bush 39%

In New Jersey, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry with 51% of the vote and President George W. Bush with 39%.

These results are the same as the April Rasmussen Reports survey in New Jersey. Four years ago, Bush lost the state by sixteen points to Al Gore, 56% to 40%.

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June 3, 2004

GA: Bush 51% Kerry 39%

In Georgia, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush leading Senator John F. Kerry 51% to 39%.

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June 3, 2004

Illinois: Kerry 54% Bush 38%

In Illinois, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds Senator John F. Kerry leading President George W. Bush 54% to 38%

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June 3, 2004

Missouri: Bush 44% Kerry 43%

In Missouri, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds a race that is too close to call. President George W. Bush attracts 44% of the vote to 43% for Senator John F. Kerry.

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June 3, 2004

North Carolina: Bush 48% Kerry 44%

In North Carolina, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush with 48% of the vote and Senator John F. Kerry with 44%.

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June 3, 2004

Oregon: Bush 46% Kerry 45%

In Oregon, the race for the White House is too close to call. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds President George W. Bush with 46% of the vote and Senator John F. Kerry with 45%.