Daniel Drezner confirms what I’ve been asserting with no evidence whatsoever for weeks now: Nobody but us bloggers are paying attention to the 2004 presidential race yet.

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  1. JohnC says:

    <heh> All it takes is a few.

  2. Janis Gore says:

    Seems like a bad time to do a poll, with final vacations, Labor Day and back-to-school events going on.

  3. jen says:

    Actually, I’d venture a guess that not many bloggers are paying attention either. *pointing at self*

  4. Yes but my campaign is gaining momentum.

  5. Steven says:

    More like only “political junkies” are paying attention.

    We are a sad lot, to be sure. Key evidence: I spent part of my Labor Day arguing over the significance of the primary system over at my site.

  6. John Lemon says:

    The presidential who now what where?