I’ve said over and over that Kerry’s most distinguishing characteristic as a candidate is that he is NOT Bush. Pew’s research is backing me up, via Bush’s website:
Just 42% of Kerry’s supporters say their vote is “for” Kerry, while 51% say that it is “against” President Bush. Conversely, 76% of President Bush’s supporters say that their vote is “for” him, while 18% say that it “against” Kerry. John Kerry’s support continues to be the most negative of any presidential candidate since Pew began asking the question in 1988.
We’ll see what the voters think in November. Kerry’s looking quite strong in most electoral trackers, but it’s still pretty early.
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