The presidential election: How big was the bounce? - The Economist

The presidential election: How big was the bounce?

The presidential election: How big was the bounce? - The Economist
The presidential election: How big was the bounce?
Published Sep 11, 2004
1193 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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George Bush is probably pulling ahead in the presidential horse-race, though not for the reasons you might think SINCE John Kerry clinched the Democratic nomination this spring, the presidential race has pretty much been a tie. This...

  
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