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% andPresident 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%.
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%.
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.
George Bush can feel pretty secure about
Alabama's 9 Electoral Votes. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey finds
President George W. Bush leading SenatorJohn F. Kerry in the state by a 57% to 36% margin.
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.
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.
Michigan, one of the key battleground states for Election 2004, is leaning towards
SenatorJohn F. Kerry early in the campaign season. Kerry
has a 47% to 41% lead over President George W. Bush in the state.