The Pew Research Center informs us that
today’s number is 46%. That is the percentage of
independent voters who are undecided about their choice for President
in the November election in the USA. This is “much higher”
than the same statistic four years ago. It is likely that
this group will swing the election.
Of course, you could say the same about almost any group, if the
election is close.
I noticed this because I was on their site for something else, and
noticed the number in the sidebar, in a little box that said:
Nearly half of independents (46%) are undecided or may change their
It did not say what they were independent from, or what they might
change their minds about.
Personally, I find the number difficult to believe, so I have created
my own poll to check their results.
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Are You Undecided?
type="radio"> I can’t Decide