Between November 4-6, 2003 and November 18-20, 2003, Ipsos Public Affairs interviewed for the Cook Political Report a representative sample of 1,048 non-Republicans and 527 Democratic primary participants. The margin of error is 177 3.1% for non-Republicans, and 177 4.4% for Democratic primary participants.
The Topline results for this Democratic Nominee Study are available for download above.
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