The president leads among responders when pollsters ask which of the two men they’d rather have in office in the event of a terror attack. Fifty-one percent of responders would rather have Bush in office, compared to 40 percent for Kerry and six percent undecided.
The poll shows Massachusetts Senator John Kerry leading President Bush 48 to 46 percent among likely voters. That leaves five percent undecided.
The poll’s margin of error is +/-3.1 percent.