Now this is interesting:
Barely a month ago President Bush was trailing presumed Democratic nominee John Kerry. Today he’s narrowly ahead — with most of that movement outside the anointed battlegrounds, suggesting that other states may now be in play. A case in point: New Jersey, which Al Gore won by 16 points in 2000 but where Bush is running neck-and-neck with Kerry in the polls. Meanwhile in Wisconsin, a reputed battleground, Bush is up by a dozen points in a survey released last week.
Have I mentioned before that politics is fun?