The LA Times reminds us the most important number in the recent NH polls:

But that’s not the most important data in this survey.

What’s most important is the little-noticed numbers revealing that with slightly less than two months to go before the voting, 48% of Democrats and fully 60% of Republicans remain undecided.

Now that’s a volatile setting, just made for stunning surprises in the nation’s first primary vote.

It’s gonna be a wild ride.


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neil · November 13, 2007 at 1:21 PM

Or else it’ll just play out the same way the Democratic nomination in ’04 did; Romney wins the early states and suddenly the undecided voters aren’t so undecided any more, and Giuliani’s apparent dominance in the other states disappears, not with a scream but a whimper.

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