Tracking poll: Gore, Bush remain deadlocked
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush remain in a statistical dead heat on the second day of a presidential CNN/USA Today/Gallup tracking poll.
CNN will be releasing the results of its tracking polls, which monitor public opinion of the presidential race over two- to three-day intervals, every day until the November 7 elections.
The poll was conducted September 5-7, 2000, and consisted of interviews with 667 likely voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percent.
CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP TRACKING POLL
Likely Voters' Choice for President
Suppose that the presidential election were being held today, and it included Al Gore and Joe Lieberman as the Democratic candidates, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney as the Republican candidates, Pat Buchanan and Ezola Foster as the Reform Party candidates, and Ralph Nader and Winona LaDuke as the Green Party candidates. Who would you vote for?
Sampling error: +/-4% pts
TRACKING TREND ON HORSE RACE:
Gore 47% 46%
Bush 44 43
Nader 3 3
Buchanan * 1
Buchanan's asterisk means that he wins support from less than one-half of one percent of the vote.