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Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Kerry "Misspoke" About Hillary Poll

I was wondering about this one. From Drudge:

Heads turned in the media room during a recent debate when Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry boasted that he beats New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in a hypothetical matchup for the Democratic presidential nomination.

"I saw a poll the other day that showed me about 15 points ahead of her," Kerry said at the Nov. 4 event. But when pressed for proof, Kerry aides could not produce such a poll--because none exists, Craig Crawford reports at CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY.

This week a staffer acknowledged that Kerry "misspoke" in the Boston debate. In a Quinnipiac University survey released Oct. 29, Clinton polled 36 percentage points ahead of Kerry among registered Democratic respondents nationwide.