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Battleground 2004
April 2004

Washington, D.C.- The GW-Battleground 2004 poll shows an intensely polarized electorate, even 7 and 1/2 months out from the election.

On the soft re-elect question, 48% of voters feel George W. Bush deserves re-election and 49% feel it is time for a new person to be elected to the White House.

There has not been much movement in George W. Bush’s job approval since last September’s Battleground Poll, with half of voters approving of the job he is doing (down 4 points), and 45% disapproving (up 4 points). More than six-in-ten voters (64%) voters approve of him personally (down 3 points).

For more information about the poll, please contact Daniel Gotoff at Lake Snell Perry & Associates at (202) 776-9066 or e-mail Daniel at dgotoff@LakeResearch.com.

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