Did you maybe mean undecided?
- n. Plural form of undecided.
“The number of undecideds is usually high between elections and drops quickly as an election approaches.”
“Pennsylvania was not a "big" victory for Clinton; there wasn't a single lick of information or analysis that didn't give her the win; indeed Obama's percentage of the vote hovered between 42-44% (he got 45); the fluctuation came in undecideds, affect by Hillary voters questioning her integrity; Obama's support was solid, Clinton's was soft.”
“Most overtly, we were a part of the city's latest weekend event - the hunt for 'undecideds' - and my, what a glorious day for that it was.”
“Among the undecideds are a number of well-known candidates, including wealthy Lt. Gov.”
“Personally, I think it's a mistake to assume that all of the undecideds are a bunch of low-information idiots who will only respond to the most base and negative messages.”
“I figure the undecideds are the ones who don't want to vote for Obama, but I also figure they aren't going to vote at all.”
“That means that the so-called undecideds are in fact overwhelmingly Clinton votes.”
“That's still a lot of undecideds, which is one of the things Kos pointed out (specifically with the "white" vote).”
“On top of that, the undecideds are a fairly significant amount.”
“Think about the so called undecideds, and even some of the lukewarm McCain supporters.”
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