Monday :: Aug 14, 2006

Majority of Americans Want a Do Over

by Mary

According to the Angus Reid, Americans would vote for Bush's opponent in the last two elections. If they could go back in time to year 2000, they'd elect Al Gore over Bush by 8% points.

Adults in the United States would vote differently in a rerun of the last two presidential elections, according to a poll by Scripps Howard News Service released by Ohio University. 46 per cent of respondents would support Democrat John Kerry in a repeat of the 2004 ballot, while 40 per cent would vote for Republican George W. Bush.

The survey asked Americans to ponder their options in every U.S. presidential election held since 1964. Democrat Al Gore would receive the support of 46 per cent of respondents in the 2000 rerun, while Bush would finish second with 38 per cent.

It would be nice if we could go back and correct the mistakes, but sadly that is not to be. What we can do is to hold the current failure in office accountable for his mistakes.

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