- n. a person who responds `I don't know' in a public opinion poll
“Maybe, but that would explain the don't-know category, not the he's-a-Muslim category.”
“Was this a cop-out or was she practicing what Buddhists call the "don't-know mind" - that there are things we can never understand, that make sense only when we stop trying to make sense of them?”
“The Guardian, on the other hand, today cited “Labour strategists” who believe that the referendum can be won, claiming that almost half of the 50% declared no voters their estimate are persuadable, as are the 30% in the don't-know camp.”
“Scott had more don't-know moments and even in his own assessment, it was one of the worst appearances of his campaign.”
“The don't-know vote was between 15 and 18 per cent. ”
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