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Statewide opinion polling for the 2004 United States presidential election

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This article provides a collection of statewide public opinion polls that were conducted relating to the 2004 United States presidential election. All candidates involved in polling are John Kerry, against incumbent President George W. Bush, with third-party candidates Ralph Nader (Independent), Michael Badnarik (Libertarian), David Cobb (Green), and Michael Peroutka (Constitution). Additional third-party candidates were on the Minnesota presidential ballot. Opinion polling Alabama 9 electoral votes(Republican in 1996)(Republican in 2000) Three-way race Alaska 3 electoral votes(Republican in 1996)(Republican in 2000) Three-way race Arizona 10 electoral votes(Democrat in 1996)(Republican in 2000) Three-way race Arkansas 6 electoral votes(Democrat in 1996)(Republican in 2000) Three-way race California 55 electoral votes(Democrat in 1996)(Democrat in 2000) T
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