Just about every poll dealing with the race for the White House indicates President Bush and Democratic Presidential Candidate John Kerry and running neck and neck. And, a new poll conducted this week by Research 2000 for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and KMOV-TV in St. Louis shows Bush and Kerry are in a very tight race in Missouri. The survey, conducted Tuesday through Thursday, finds Kerry with 48-percent support, compared to 45-percent backing for Bush. If independent Ralph Nader is thrown into the mix Kerry picks up the backing of 47-percent of those surveyed, compared to 45-percent for Bush and 2-percent for Nader. Six percent of those polled were undecided.