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Wednesday, September 17, 2003

 

New NH Poll - Dean Widens Lead in ARG Poll http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2003/09/17/national1743EDT0730.DTL

posted by Matt Singer at Wednesday, September 17, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
BFA has a new poll linked, fresh from ARG, that has Dean up at 31 in New Hampshire, with Kerry at 21 and everyone else in single digits (including Clark, who is at 2).

The AP story on the event is somewhat misleading, though. It says that Dean's lead has narrowed in comparison to two other recently released polls. What they ignore is that the last ARG poll had Dean at 28 and Kerry at 21. Kerry isn't closing the gap. He's stalled and Dean is still building.

Gephardt is also down slightly in this poll from the one last month.

Given the current numbers, without a major shakeup, Dean and Kerry are the only two candidates on track to win delegates in New Hampshire. Clark may still be able to provide that shakeup, but it is yet to be seen.


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