In Denver, Deep Doubts About Obama Undecided swing-state voters have trouble supporting the Democratic nominee. By Byron York Denver On the eve of the Democratic National Convention, in a downtown high-rise conference room lined with two-way mirrors, 21 undecided Colorado voters sit trying to decide whether they have more doubts and reservations about Barack Obama or John McCain. Its not easy. The group has been convened by the pollster Frank Luntz, who usually does this sort of thing on live television but has instead organized the session at the behest of the American Association of Retired Persons and the related activist group Divided We Fail. As the voters answer Luntzs rapid-fire questions, a small group of reporters watches from the other side of the mirrors. And after two hours of talking, and a pre-convention buildup here in Denver in which Democrats have received lots of positive coverage in this critical swing state, youd have to say that the news is pretty good for McCain. The undecideds have plenty of problems with him, and they cant stand George W. Bush, but they seem more deeply concerned about Obama than McCain, because they have still not answered the threshold question about the Democratic nominee: Is he ready? Read more about the actual polling in article below. Byron York on Swing Voters & Barack Obama on National Review Online I always find these Polling groups by Frank Luntz very interesting. I really liked the part were they studied all of the Ad's. Apparently McCain's are polling as "more effective" and "raise more questions" about Obama.