Sunday, November 14, 2004


a dash of red

The Galvin Opinion breaks the news that President Bush did significantly better in New York City and its suburbs in 2004 than he did in 2000.

Bush won Staten Island by 15 points, after losing it by 7 points in 2000. He narrowed the gap in Nassau from 19 points to 6 points, and in Suffolk from 11 points to 0.3 points.

Kerry received 100 thousand fewer votes in New York City and its suburbs than Gore did (even though Nader's total dropped dramatically), while Bush's total increased by over 250 thousand votes.

That is significant.

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