FOX News and polls
This morning when I was stretching after running I was interviewed by FOX News. Their vans were crawling all over Capitol Hill this morning -- another van actually tried to catch me for comments on Broadway when I ran by but I was still running and didn't stop. When they finally got me they asked me all kinds of fair and balanced questions about the presidential election:
"Do you really think John Kerry has the experience necessary to be president?"
"Are you going to vote for our president or for John Kerry?"
"Do you believe that John Kerry has the same potential for leadership as George Bush?"
"With the recent terror alert, are you concerned for your safety?"
"Would you be more concerned for your safety if John Kerry were elected?"
Gotta love that neutral media coverage!
Chris pointed out this website to me:
It's an aggregate summary of a bunch of state polls on the upcoming election and it's updated daily. It's a pretty neat site -- and with the electoral college structured the way it is, it's a lot more relevant than the national polls cited on news networks are.