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Pew Poll: Bush Holds 48-45 Edge on Kerry

The Pew Research Center releases the results of its final pre-election poll before Tuesday's national election. The survey has President Bush with a three-point edge among likely voters, 48 percent to 45 percent for Sen. John Kerry. The study has a 2.5-percent margin of error. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden and Pew Research Center director Andrew Kohut.

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Andrew Kohut
Commentator Andrew Kohut can be heard frequently on NPR programs, offering analysis and insights on the meaning and interpretation of opinion poll results ranging from Americans' attitudes about gay marriage to the issues driving the elections.
Jennifer Ludden helps edit energy and environment stories for NPR's National Desk, working with NPR staffers and a team of public radio reporters across the country. They track the shift to clean energy, state and federal policy moves, and how people and communities are coping with the mounting impacts of climate change.