Monday, October 11, 2004

Rasmussen update

The "who would you vote for" numbers didn't change much after the debate, but this is a telling paragraph:

The debate didn't change many minds, but it had a measurable impact on voter perceptions of Bush and Kerry. Fifty-five percent (55%) of voters now believe that Senator Kerry is politically liberal. That's up six points from before the debate and the highest level of the year. The number viewing President Bush as politically conservative increased to 65%. That's similar to his numbers coming out of the Republican Convention.

Very intersting, indeed. The new strategy seems to be hitting its mark.