Tracking Down, "Undecided," Voters
Published October 22nd, 2012
GAINESVILLE- They don’t make up the majority of voters but at between 4 and 6 percent, there are just enough undecided voters to turn the tables of the presidential election
That 6 percent of the electorate translates to about a million votes and previous elections have set any kind of precedent, that cool million may be just enough to clinch for Romney or Obama.
Which is why area marketing experts say candidates are still pouring money into efforts trying to win the support of the, “undecideds”
Ozean Consulting owner, Alex Patton says, “the undecided voter at this point is really a lowly informed voter.”
A voter that at this point in the election, especially in a swing state like Florida, is becoming increasingly sought after.
Reuters Polling data describes the mysterious demographic as being made up of white women, making under 25-thousand a year without a college education.
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