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Which of the potential Democratic nominees for president has the best chance in a general election against President Bush?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on January 13, 2004

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“Dean, of course. He’s got all the big-name backers and endorsements.”

“I would say probably Dean since he’s going to be the one nominated. That generally helps your chances.”

“Howard Dean. He’s ahead of everybody in the polls, and he has the most appeal to the general public.”

“Dean. He’s just charismatic.”


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