Cottle, Michelle
October 2000
New Republic;10/30/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 18, p25
Presents the views of various undecided voters of the United States presidential candidates, Al Gore and George W. Bush, following the third televised debate. Invitation of Republican pollster Frank Luntz and MSNBC of 36 undecided voters to voice their opinions; Rationale behind someone changing their mind from Gore to Bush, rather than opting to choose Green Party candidate Ralph Nader; Opinion on undecided voters not knowing anything about politics.


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