Ohio Undecideds At 7 Percent, Lean Kerry
Sunday, August 8th's Columbus Dispatch has Bush at 47, Kerry at 44, Nader at 2, with a hefty 7 percent undecided.
Aside from the relatively large group of undecideds, here's the good news - more than three-fourths of undecided respondents said the country is on the wrong track, and more than 7 of 10 disapprove of the way Bush is handling the economy and the situation in Iraq.
The unorthodox Dispatch methodology does it again. The poll was based on returns from 3,047 registered Ohio voters who said they intend to cast a ballot Nov. 2, with a margin of error at 2 percent. AND...get this...it was taken July 14-23...before the Democratic convention.