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Tracking poll: Bush holds narrow edge

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Monday's CNN/USA Today/Gallup three-daytracking poll shows Texas Gov. George W. Bush continuing to hold a narrow edge over Vice President Al Gore.

With no significant change in today's results, Bush currently is garnering support from 47 percent of all likely voters surveyed and Gore is drawing 44 percent. That represents a shift of just two points from Sunday's figures, which had the Republican ahead 49 percent to 42 percent. The survey of 2,207 likely voters was conducted October 26-28 and has a 2 point margin of error.

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View all the results from the CNN/USA Today/Gallup tracking poll
 

A broader six-day tracking poll shows Bush with a 48 percent-43 percent edge.

Bush and Gore are tied at 47 percent in the latest ABC News daily tracking poll. The Washington Post daily tracking poll has Bush at 47 percent and Gore at 46 percent. The Reuters/MSNBC/Zogby tracking poll has the contest at 45 percent for Bush and 42 percent for Gore.

CNN will be releasing the results of its tracking polls every day until the November 7 elections. The polls monitor public opinion of the presidential race over intervals of two to three days.


CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

October 27-29

THREE-DAY AVERAGE
Likely Voters' Choice for President


Bush      47%

Gore      44

Nader      2

Buchanan   1

Sampling error: +/-2% pts


CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

October 27-29

SIX-DAY AVERAGE
Likely Voters' Choice for President


Bush      48%

Gore      43

Nader      3

Buchanan   1



COMPLETE TRACKING TREND ON HORSE RACE

 



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