September 19, 2004
THE INSTAWIFE says she sees a lot of Kerry bumper stickers, and wonders if he's ahead in Tennessee. Apparently not:
President Bush would beat Democratic challenger John Kerry in Tennessee by 16 points if the election were held today, a new statewide poll indicates.
Bush would do a better job handling the war in Iraq, the issue of terrorism and homeland security, and issues related to the economy, poll respondents said.
Kerry, a U.S. senator from Massachusetts, did his best on the economy question but still lagged Bush by 8 points on that issue.
Well, Knoxville is a college town.
UPDATE: Uh oh. Somebody's getting the bends.