Bush barely leading in Virginia.

Zogby‘s new numbers for Virginia are in: Kerry 48%, Bush 49%, Nader 4%. (With rounding, obviously; MOE disclaimers apply.) John Zogby writes:

This reliably Republican state is within striking distance for Dems, the latest Zogby Interactive poll shows. Partly on the strength of senior voters and those in major cities sprinkled around the state, Mr. Kerry has a chance of knocking off Mr. Bush. A win here for Mr. Kerry would all but seal the election.

I’ve said for a year and a half that Bush can be beat in Virginia. From where I’m sitting, it looks like a very real possibility.

(Via Documenting Democracy.)

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