A majority of eSchool News readers favored a Democratic candidate over George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election, and Howard Dean was the leading challenger among respondents, according to survey results released Jan. 27 by eSchool News.

The survey--which ended Jan. 26, one day before New Hampshire residents headed to the polls for the nation's first state primary--was conducted on the eSchool News web site beginning Jan. 2. Nearly 700 school superintendents, technology directors, board members, teachers, media specialists, technology vendors, and other education stakeholders participated. The eSchool News poll is representative of those

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