Tuesday's primary looms and it looks like the Kerry nomination steam-roller will flatten Tennessee, according to the American Research Group. He leads with 32% to John Edwards' 21% and Clark's 20%, well outside of the four point margin of error. Look a bit farther down at the second large table and you'll see that Kerry has nearly 100 percent name recognition to Edwards/Clark's three-quarters, and Kerry has a much higher positive favorability number. The survey notes that half of undecideds already lean towards Kerry.
Sorry, SouthKnoxBubba, but it looks like the least-palatable guy for you.