WOLF BLITZER: You're watching coverage of the 2004 Democratic Convention. John Kerry has just delivered his acceptance speech to an excited audience. How do you think Senator Kerry did, Jeff Greenfield?
JEFF GREENFIELD: Well, Wolf, I thought the speech contained some words. It contained many words that I thought it would contain, but I was surprised that there were other words that he didn't use at all. The words were organized into sentences, and some of the sentences were long and other ones were short. But over all, I have to say I thought he did a good job of using a lot of words. I think the speech will play well.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Wolf, I have to agree with Jeff. I thought the speech really did contain a number of words. John Kerry spoke these words while standing behind a podium. I thought it was interesting that he chose to include words in his speech, and I believe that this speech will have either some or no impact on the upcoming election.
JEFF GREENFIELD: Judy's really right on that count, Wolf. If you look at the polls, you will see that the polls contain numbers, and that depending on which poll you're looking at, those numbers differ. If one thing's for sure, Kerry's speech tonight will have some effect on the numbers in these polls. It will either have a big effect or a small effect, and it might just have no effect. But it's certainly true that John Kerry either did or did not effect something tonight.