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  •  Sorry (4.00)
    I'll cut & paste the polls including JRE:

    A Mason-Dixon poll, conducted 10/11-14/02 for the Winston-Salem Journal, surveyed 625 likely North Carolina voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 10/17/02). Tested: Sen. John Edwards (D), and Reps. Richard Burr (R), Walter Jones (R) and Sue Myrick (R).

    General election matchups:

                            All Men Wom Dem GOP Ind
    Edwards                 43% 40% 46% 66% 11% 39%
    Myrick                  33  36  30  18  56  32
    Undec.                  24  24  24  16  33  29

    Edwards                 45% 41% 49% 69% 12% 37%
    Jones                   32  36  28  19  51  29
    Undec.                  23  23  23  12  37  34

    Edwards                 45% 41% 49% 67% 14% 40%
    Burr                    30  34  26  13  54  27
    Undec.                  25  25  25  20  32  32

    A Research 2000 poll; conducted 7/13-16/03 for the Raleigh News and Observer; surveyed 600 likely voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 7/21). Tested: Sen. John Edwards (D) and Rep. Richard Burr (R).

    General election matchup:

                       All Men Wom Wht Blk Dem GOP Ind
    Edwards            47% 43% 51% 42% 76% 87%  6% 48%
    Burr               39  44  34  45   1   9  72  36
    Undecided          14  13  15  13  23   4  22  16

    A Research 2000 poll, conducted 5/18-21/03 for the Raleigh News and Observer, surveyed 600 likely voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 5/25). Tested: Sen. John Edwards (D) and Rep. Richard Burr (R).

    General election matchup:

                       All Men Wom Wht Blk Dem GOP Ind
    Edwards            47% 44% 50% 42% 75% 85%  8% 49%
    Burr               36  41  31  42   2   8  68  32
    Undecided          17  15  19  16  23   7  24  19

    A Research 2000 poll, conducted 4/21-24/03 for the Raleigh News & Observer, surveyed 600 likely voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 4/28/03). Tested: Sen. John Edwards (D) and Rep. Richard Burr (R).

    General election matchup:

                      All Men Wom Dem GOP Ind Wht Blk
    Edwards           49% 45% 53% 86% 10% 51% 44% 76%
    Burr              35  40  30   7  67  31  41   2
    DK/Other          16  15  17   7  23  18  15  22

    A Research 2000 poll, conducted 3/16-19/03 for the Raleigh News & Observer, surveyed 605 likely voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 3/21/03). Tested: Sen. John Edwards(D) and Rep. Richard Burr (R).

    General election matchup:

                       All Men Wom Dem GOP Ind Wht Blk
    Edwards            48% 44% 52% 84% 10% 50% 43% 73%
    Burr               33  38  28   6  63  30  39   3
    DK/Other           19  18  20  10  27  20  18  24

    A Research 2000 poll, conducted 2/16-19/03 for the Raleigh News & Observer, surveyed 607 likely voters; margin of error +- 4% (release, 2/24/03). Tested: Sen. John Edwards (D) and Rep. Richard Burr (R).

    General election matchup:

                      All Men Wom Dem GOP Ind Wht Blk
    Edwards           49% 45% 53% 84% 11% 52% 44% 72%
    Burr              31  37  25   5  61  27  38   2
    DK/Other          20  18  22  11  28  21  18  26

    •  OK... (none)
      ...Sounds like it could in fact be Rovian BS that Edward knew he'd lose. Nevertheless that's no certainty as, we all know (hah) undecideds break for the challenger and nowhere is Edwards at 50% in the "all" column. Anyhow... One term in the Senate, and four years past looking to 2008, is not as good as it should be for the best possible run at the presidency. I doubt Edwards would say different. But he is fairly young yet. I think he should do us a favor and take a seat... Senate, house, statehouse.

      9/11 + 4 Years = Katrina... Conservatism Kills.

      by NewDirection on Tue Sep 20, 2005 at 03:06:47 PM PDT

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