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Pew Poll: Bush Holds 48-45 Edge on Kerry

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Pew Poll: Bush Holds 48-45 Edge on Kerry

Pew Poll: Bush Holds 48-45 Edge on Kerry

Pew Poll: Bush Holds 48-45 Edge on Kerry

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The Pew Research Center releases the results of its final pre-election poll before Tuesday's national election. The survey has President Bush with a three-point edge among likely voters, 48 percent to 45 percent for Sen. John Kerry. The study has a 2.5-percent margin of error. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Pew Research Center director Andrew Kohut.

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