September 24, 2004
STILL DRIVING 55:
AP Poll: Bush Builds Advantage Among Men (WILL LESTER, 9/24/04, Associated Press)
President Bush solidified his advantage among men during the last month and holds his highest ratings since January on job performance, the economy and Iraq, according to an Associated Press poll.
Bush has a 7-point lead over Sen. John Kerry — 52 percent to 45 percent among likely voters — in the AP-Ipsos survey less than six weeks before the Nov. 2 election. Independent Ralph Nader was backed by 1 percent. [...]
Since the Republican convention, Bush's job approval is up, 54 percent among likely voters, and just over half of them approve of his handling of the economy and Iraq. His approval in all three areas is as high as it's been all year in the polling conducted for the AP by Ipsos-Public Affairs.
It continues to look like the President will get right around 55% on November 2. Posted by Orrin Judd at September 24, 2004 11:12 AM