Zogby poll puts Bush ahead among undecideds

Yes, this is from Zogby. Shocking, eh?


Undecided Voters Speak Out; Bush Favored Over Kerry by 25 Points (35%-10%); 67% Say they “Like Bush As A Person”; 40% Watch Fox Most for News; 77% Give the President a Negative Job Performance Rating; 87% Say they “Wish there were Other Candidates in the Race”; 26% Say their Vote for President “Will Not Count”, New Zogby/Williams Identity Poll Reveals

On the eve of the Republican National Convention, President George W. Bush is favored by twenty-five points over Massachusetts Senator John Kerry (35%-10%) among undecided likely voters when Libertarian, Constitution and Green Party presidential candidates are factored into the 2004 presidential race, according to a new Zogby/Williams Identity poll.

The interactive poll of 19,033 likely voters, which included 501 undecided likely voters and those most likely to change their minds, was conducted from Wednesday through Tuesday (August 11-24, 2004) by the Zogby/Williams Institute. Overall results have a margin of sampling error of +/0.7. Margin of error for undecided voters is +/- 4.5.