I thougth that Kerry had a solid lead over there.
Amongst the canidates from the Democratic party, Kerry is ahead of the pack. That's actually an understatement because at this point he is virtually garunteed the party nomination.
But in terms of who has a lead (Kerry vs. Bush) it's a rather close call. One poll will put one ahead of the other and a canidate's popularity is in constant flux. Even four months out, it's a difficult to impossible call to make.
Ever noticed that only dictatorships call themselves democratic?
Don't forget People's Republic
I don't think his choice of running mate will matter... most people are pretty much decided.
You'd be suprised. Do a Google search for Dan Quayle
But do you think it will change onces he rponounces his runningmate?
Maybe. I still plan on voting for Bush, but I respect Kerry and if he chose an excellent running mate I might reconsider.