An ABC News-Washington Post poll released this Monday puts Bush in front of presidential candidate Howard Dean by almost 20 points, 55-37 percent. The most striking disparity between Dean and Bush is in the arena of foreign policy, where Americans give Bush more than a 45 point lead, 67-21 percent.
As the emerging Democratic front-runner, Dean has some work to do to overcome what seems to be insurmountable odds in defeating President Bush. For Republicans, the news is great. For Democrats, they might want to think about nominating a candidate that can actually win.