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September 2, 2004--Each week, Rasmussen Reports interviews just over 200 Likely voters from the state of Florida. We roll these together over a two-week period to generate a 400+ voter sample and report trends in the Sunshine State.

Our most recent numbers, for the two weeks ending August 31, show President Bush at 48% and Senator Kerry at 47%. Rolling the data together over the past three weeks, President Bush holds a 50% to 46% lead over Senator Kerry.

Next Thursday at 5:00 p.m., we will begin releasing daily Tracking data for Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

Updated every Thursday by 3:00PM Eastern

Florida

Two Weeks Ending

Bush Kerry
Aug 31 48 47
Aug 24 50 45
Aug 17 47 46
Aug 10 44 48
Aug 3 47 46
July 27 47 44
July 20 47 44
July 13 No Polling July 4th weekend
July 6
June 29 40 48
June 22 42 48
June 15 44 48
June 8 46 49
June 1 47 47
May 25 47 47
May 18 44 49
May 11 44 44
May 4 47 43
Apr 27 49 43
Apr 20 49 46

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Florida

Three Weeks Ending

Bush Kerry
Aug 31 50 46
Aug 24 46 46
Aug 17 47 46
Aug 10 45 49
Aug 3 46 45
July 27 47 45
July 20 No Polling July 4th weekend
July 13
July 6
June 29 42 48
June 22 42 48
June 15 45 48
June 8 47 48
June 1 47 47
May 25 46 47
May 18 44 46
May 11 46 43
May 4 49 45
Apr 27 48 43

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