The latest Poll shows Senator John F. Kerry with 47% of the vote and George W. Bush with 43%.
This is the first time Kerry has held a three point edge for three straight days since March.
Neither candidate has held a three-point advantage for four consecutive days since Kerry emerged as the Democratic frontrunner. When one candidate holds a "lead" in the tracking poll that vanishes after three days, it suggests that a single night of tracking was especially favorable to that candidate. If a candidate, in this case Kerry, is able to hold a lead for more than three days, it could signify a trend.