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Colorado

Survey of 500 Likely Voters

Conducted September 15, 2004

President

Senate

Bush 46%

Coors (R) 49%

Kerry 45%

Salazar (D) 48%

 

 

Favorable

Unfavorable

Bush

53%

46%

Kerry

47%

47%

Coors

60%

36%

Salazar

60%

32%

Cheney

51%

45%

Edwards

50%

44%

 

Who Do You Trust More on…

Bush

Kerry

Gay Marriage

40%

34%

Gun Control

44%

38%

Economy

48%

45%

Nat’l Defense? War on Terror

53%

39%

 Other Data:

  •  The President’s Job Approval is at 50%.

  • 38% Say the country is heading in the Right Direction. Another 59% say we’ve gotten off on the Wrong Track.

  • 56% Believe Bush Will Be Re-elected.

  • The Presidential ballot question included Nader (3%), Badnarik (2%), Cobb (1%) and Peroutka (1%).

  • When leaners are counted, Bush leads 51% to 47%.

  • 44% say the economy is getting better, 44% say worse.

  • 46% give President Bush good or excellent ratings for handling the situation in Iraq. 13% say he's doing a fair job while 41% say poor.

  • Among veterans, Bush leads 59% to 38%. Among everybody else, Kerry leads, 46% to 42%

Margin of Sampling Error: +/- 4.5 percentage points with a 95% Level of Confidence

Top-line data on the U.S. Senate race will be released on the public site Monday morning at 8:00 a.m. Eastern.

 

   
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