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23 Percent of Ohio Voters Undecided in Presidential Race
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Ohio poll shows that Sen. John McCain has a slight lead against Sen. Barack Obama in the race for the white house. The poll also shows that some voters have not quite made up their minds.
With just 8 weeks until the Presidential election, the University of Cincinnati Ohio Poll shows that 23 percent of voters are still undecided. Eric Rademacher is co-director of The Ohio Poll.
“I would expect, over the next several weeks, especially as we get into that next phase of the campaign with the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates that people are going to really begin to take a much closer look and make some final decisions about how they are going to vote,” says Rademacher.
More campaigning is scheduled to take place over the next several days.