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Election 2004 Congressional Ballot

Republican 43%
Democrat 47%
Other 4%
Not Sure 6%


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Wednesday December 21, 2005--If the Congressional elections were held today, forty-seven percent (47%) of Likely Voters say they would vote for a Democrat and 43% say they would vote for a Republican.

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During 2004, Rasmussen Reports also provided daily updates on the Presidential race.

It is important to note that while surveys of Congressional ballot preference can measure broad trends and voter attitudes, they do not indicate likely results in the race for control of Congress.

The national telephone survey of 1,500 Likely voters was conducted by Rasmussen Reports over the past three nights. Margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Methodology.

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Generic Congressional Ballot

Date GOP Dem
Today 43 47
Dec 14 45 47
Dec 13 44 46
Dec 12 44 46
Dec 11 43 48
Dec 10 44 48
Dec 9 46 48
Dec 8 46 46
Dec 7 46 45
Dec 6 45 46
Dec 5 46 47
Dec 4 45 46
Dec 3 47 45
Dec 2 46 46
Dec 1 46 47

Dates are release dates Surveys conducted on preceding three nights

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