Poll: Bush, Kerry Tied Among Registered Voters
A new poll from the Pew Research Center shows President Bush and his Democratic rival, Sen. John Kerry, running dead even at 47 percent among both registered and likely voters, with Kerry wiping out the president's edge over the past few weeks. Andrew Kohut of Pew discusses the results with NPR's Melissa Block.
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