A poll conducted by the American Research Group shows that newly energized presidential candidate Howard Dean would loose to President Bush by a 2-1 margin in New Hampshire.
Bush gets 57 percent to Dean’s 30 percent among registered voters in the American Research Group poll. In fact, Dean, from neighboring Vermont, does worse in the Granite State than a generic “Democratic Party nominee” who loses to Bush by 51 to 34 percent.
While the media is busy harping about Dean’s superiority over the other Democratic candidates, they forgot just one thing: Can he win against Bush? Obviously, he can’t.