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The ranks of undecided voters are swelling as the presidential primary season kicks into high gear.
A new poll from the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy says that 74 percent of voters haven’t picked a candidate in the presidential race up from 64 percent who were undecided in November.
That was a surprise to project co-director Thomas Patterson, who told the Associated Press, “We had expected the opposite finding.”
Strong challengers to front-runners Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush may explain the shift, says Mr. Patterson: “Apparently, the upswing in the Bradley and McCain campaigns has served mainly to raise doubts about all the candidates.”
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