These results are based on two nationwide telephone surveys conducted during the week before and after the Nov. 26 certification of the Florida vote. The first wave survey is based on interviews with 947 adults, 18 or older, conducted Nov. 20-26, 2000. The second wave survey is based on interviews with 688 adults, conducted Nov. 27-30, 2000. The margin for error in each of the two surveys is plus or minus four percentage points.
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