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The Kerry Effect
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One more note on that Pew poll that I mention below. It gives some evidence that Kerry’s “botched joke” is hurting Democrats, at least marginally:

In addition, Sen. John Kerry’s “botched joke” about the war in Iraq attracted enormous attention. Fully 84% of voters say they have heard a lot or a little about Kerry’s remarks with 60% saying they have heard a lot…Most voters say Kerry’s statement is not a serious consideration in their vote, but 18% of independent voters say it did raise serious doubts about voting for a Democratic candidate.

That 18 percent may not seem like a lot, but if even a small percentage of independents break toward the Republican candidate in close races, it could make a difference. Control of the Senate will be decided by tossups in four red states (Montana, Tennessee, Virginia and Missouri).

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