Monday, November 10, 2003

A closer look at Kentucky and Mississippi

The South is uphill for the Dems, but not out of reach with the right candidate and message. Only 45% of voters in these two states are definitely planning to vote for Bush-- and that number could conceivably go lower.

Looking ahead to 2004, pluralities of around 45 percent in both states said they definitely would vote for Bush if the presidential election were today while about 35 percent definitely would vote for someone else. Those who haven't firmly made up their minds comprised 20 percent of the gubernatorial electorate in Kentucky and 17 percent in Mississippi.

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