Bush Takes Slight Lead in Polls

Public opinion polls on the presidential race often contradict themselves. Now a pair of polls — conducted by the Mason Dixon Polling and Research Group — surveyed voters in key battleground states and showed President Bush edging out Sen. John Kerry. Voters named President Bush the more likable candidate. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.



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