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Tracking poll: Bush, Gore remain in statistical dead heat

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The CNN/USA Today/Gallup tracking poll for Wednesday indicates the presidential contest remains a neck-and-neck race, with the Republican nominee, Texas Gov. George W. Bush, holding onto his slight edge over his Democratic rival, Vice President Al Gore. This is continuing the pattern that developed since the weekend, and represents no change from the previous day's tracking poll results.

 

But there has been movement among key subgroups of voters. The gender gap has grown again to an astronomical level, with Bush holding a double-digit lead among men and Gore a double-digit lead among women. As of today, the gender gap stands at 17 points; a typical gender gap in past elections has been in the six- to eight-point range. Another key difference: senior citizens are voting heavily for Gore, while younger Americans are in the Bush camp.

Interviews with 686 likely voters conducted September 23-25 gave Bush 46 percent of the vote to Gore's 44 percent. As the survey has a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points, the edge is statistically insignificant.

CNN will be releasing the results on its tracking polls every day until the November 7 elections. The polls monitor public opinion of the presidential race over intervals of two to three days.


CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

September 24-26

Likely voters' choice for president


Bush      46%

Gore      44

Nader      2

Buchanan   1


CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

September 24-26

Likely voters' choice for president


          Men    Women


Bush      55%     38%

Gore      35      52

Sampling error: +/-4% pts


CNN/USA TODAY/GALLUP POLL

September 24-26

Likely voters' choice for president


         Under   65 and

           65     Older


Bush      49%      39%

Gore      40       55

Sampling error: +/-4% pts


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