Perfect Political Storm, by John Podhoretz

Gerry Daly of crunched some Harris Poll numbers to see what it would take for [John Kerry] to overtake President [George W. Bush] due entirely to increased turnout. He found that Kerry will need 9.6 million new voters. And he doesn’t mean new voters between the ages of 18-21 who’ve never been able to vote for president before. He means ‘nearly 10 million people, aged 22 and over, who did not vote in 2000 but are going to this year.’

New York Post