According to exit polls, President Bush received 84 percent of the conservative vote in 2004. A new NY Times/CBS News poll finds that just 59 percent of self-described conservatives plan to vote for the Republican House candidate in Tuesday’s elections, with 25 percent saying they would be voting Democratic and 16 percent undecided. It’s hard to know how seriously to take these results. For instance, perhaps some conservatives simply say they’ll vote Democrat in a poll just because they’re frustrated, even though when push comes to shove, they’ll vote Republican. But this could also be a sign that the much-publicized disenchantment among conservatives will indeed hurt the GOP.