The latest CBS-New York Times poll shows a tight race, Bush 47% - Kerry 45% among likely voters. No shocker there. But the really interesting numbers are the candidates' favorability ratings. Both candidates have net negative personal ratings -- Bush 43 fav / 45 unfav, Kerry 39 fav / 44 unfav. But what's really stunning is the comparison to 1960 and 1980 (according to CBS News, the only years when a candidate with the lower favorability rating won). In 1960, 74% of voters viewed Richard Nixon favorably (!!!); 68% felt that way about John F. Kennedy . In 1980, 62% of voters viewed Jimmy Carter favorably; 58% did so for Ronald Reagan.