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South Carolina

Survey of 500 Likely Voters

Conducted October 20, 2004

President

Senate

Bush 55%

DeMint (R) 50%

Kerry 42%

Tenenbaum  (D) 44%

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Favorable

Unfavorable

Bush

60%

39%

Kerry

42%

56%

Tenenbaum

48%

47%

DeMint

56%

40%

Edwards

43%

52%

Cheney

58%

39%

 

 Other Data:

  •  47% Say the country is heading in the Right Direction.

  • Another 49% say we’ve gotten off on the Wrong Track.

  • The President’s Job Approval is at 59%.

  • 57% Believe Bush Will Be Re-elected

RR DeMint-Tenenbaum
Total Gender Political Party Political Ideology Presidential Preference
M W GOP Dem Other Con Mod Lib Bush Kerry
DeMint 50 50 50 81 11 49 72 34 16 83 10
Tenenbaum 44 41 47 14 86 37 23 60 79 10 88

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

   
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