Undecided Voters

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  1. Jon
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    There's still a lot of undecided voters. What effect do you guys think they will have on the election?

    Personally, I see most moving into the McCain column. If Obama hasn't convinced them yet, he won't. I think most are skeptical about McCain, but fear Obama. Fear always beats skepticism.

    I'd be interested to see where these undecideds are leaning, but I haven't seen a single poll with that kind of information.
     
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    They are skeptical of republicans because of Bush its not necessarily McCain, but I agree.
     
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    McCain is going to get stomped like a rat in the closet.

    Dream on about undecided voters......
     
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    I heard yesterday that somebody did a study on these "undecided" voters.

    The checked the voting records of these self declared "undecideds" and apparently more than half of those folks never voted in past elections
     
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    So you say half @ 50% Im sure the number of new blacks is higher!!
     

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