October 22, 2004

Scholastic Kids Poll

MSNBC was just sharing the results of the Scholastic company's children's poll for president, saying that it's only been wrong twice. Those two times were given as the Truman-Dewey election, and the Kennedy election. The poll is now tilted towards Bush.

But before putting much stock in it this time around, note the polls by state. They have Kerry winning Texas with 52.8% of the vote, and Bush wins in New York by 52.1% and the neck-and-neck state of Wisconsin by 65.5%. When pigs fly.

Posted by natasha at October 22, 2004 11:06 AM | Elections | Technorati links |
Comments

Dont vote for Kerry. Hes the biggest mistake America could ever make all he does is criticize Bush and never gives any of his own ideas. Thats not what I want in a leader and neither should you!

Posted by: Liada at October 28, 2004 04:48 PM

Don't vote for Bush. He's a terrorist. He's no better than Osama Bin Laden, or Saddam Hussein. He creates war, he doesn't stop them.

Posted by: April at October 30, 2004 05:14 PM

Don't vote for either Kerry or Bush. GO THIRD PARTY! Vote for Nader, to get a different point of view on the country's presidency.

Posted by: doug at October 31, 2004 06:32 PM