"14 percent, can't decide, or back a candidate but might switch"
I guess that is how they are going to sell the steal now, huh?
"AP poll: 1 in 7 voters still persuadable
WASHINGTON — A stubborn wedge of people who, somehow, are still making up their minds about who should be president. One in seven, or 14 percent, can't decide, or back a candidate but might switch, according to an Associated Press-Yahoo News poll of likely voters released Friday.
Who are they? They look a lot like the voters who've already locked onto a candidate, though they're more likely to be white and less likely to be liberal. And they disproportionately backed Hillary Rodham Clinton's failed run for the Democratic nomination. For now, their indecision remains intact.
Election Day is Tuesday. The survey found Obama leading McCain among all likely voters, 51 percent to 43 percent, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. Almost four in 10 persuadables lean toward McCain, and about as many are considering backing Obama, while the rest are either undecided or lean toward other candidates.
Persuadable voters could be especially fertile hunting ground for McCain in the closing days of a contest in which most polls show him trailing. These people trust Obama less than decided voters do to handle the economy, the Iraq war and terrorism.
The rest of the article is the AP BACKTRACKING on the BULLSHIT, folks!!
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We ain't standing for another stolen election -- and judging from some other blog posts, we won't have to -- not that it matters.