Via the War Room at Salon.com, the Kerry-Edwards ticket bounced up, a month after being behind Bush-Cheney in the aftermath of the Reagan funeral, according to SurveyUSA. Kerry-Edwards is now at 47 to 44. But take a look at the breakdown: Kerry is ahead in some surprising areas, including the Hispanic vote, which is usually considered a lock for the Republicans. He also draws well in younger voters (50 to 38 among 18-to-34 years old) and older voters (50 to 45 among 65+). That looks like pretty broad support at this point in the game.