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A Different Way To Think About Undecided Voters

You may have read or heard that "the Undecided Voter is a myth, or at least, that the ranks of the undecided are so small that they are not the most important group in the election. Both arguments are largely true. Just 3 percent of registered voters and 2 percent of likely voters interviewed this past week for SurveyMonkey's Election Tracking were undecided. They did not answer when asked to choose between Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein.
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