Polls: Kerry Got Little Bounce from Boston

Polls find the Democratic convention didn't generate much of a bounce for the Kerry-Edwards ticket — in part because few voters remain undecided. Sunday's terror threat warning is likely to force Sen. John Kerry and President Bush to switch from an economic message on the campaign trail. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Wall Street Journal correspondent Jackie Calmes.

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