What goes up…

While this is not necessarily news worth rejoicing over it is certainly worth pointing out that Mr. Bush’s 12 point lead has now vanished.

In polling Sept. 8-10, Bush was ahead of Democratic challenger John Kerry by 52-40 percent among registered voters and 54-39 percent among likely voters. But in follow-up polling Sept. 11-14, the center found the race 46-46 percent among registered voters and 47-46 percent for Bush among likely voters.

That was the Pew Poll, if you look at the Harris Poll, used by that liberal media rag The Wall Street Journal they returned these results:

These are some of the results of a nationwide poll of 1,018 U.S. adults surveyed by telephone by Harris Interactive(R) between September 9 and 13, 2004. It seems that the short-term effects of the Republican convention have worn off. The poll shows Senator Kerry leading 48 percent to 47 percent among likely voters.

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