Topix.net User Survey: Bush ahead of Kerry by 13%

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The gang over at Topix.net have released results from an unscientific poll to find out who thier users support in tomorrow’s election.

The results favored George Bush by a percentage of 55.2% to John Kerry’s 41.6%. Ralph Nader pulled 1.5% and a generic “other” candidate pulled 1.5%. Duplicate votes were eliminated from the results.

The results are also broken down by:

+ Browser type (Firefox users picked Bush 49.70% to 43.60%).

+ Operating System (Macintosh users picked John Kerry 58.10% to 39.40%).

More info on this page.

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