Truly Undecided Voters Are Few, Says Pollster Scott Rasmussen '86
October 29, 2008
October 29, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. - "In our polls right now, we have hardly anybody who is truly undecided," independent pollster and 1986 DePauw University graduate Scott Rasmussen tells the Tucson Citizen. "We have about 10 percent who say they ... could change their mind, and more of those people are leaning in Obama's direction than in McCain's direction right now."
Rasmussen is quoted in a story which focuses on voters who have still not made up their minds on which candidate they'll support just six days before the presidential election.
Access the article at the newspaper's Web site.
Scott Rasmussen is president of Rasmussen Reports, and co-founded ESPN with his father Bill, a 1954 graduate of DePauw. Rasmussen's firm offers a national poll, updated daily, which today shows Obama leading McCain, 50% to 47%. He and his company were also cited in an article in yesterday's New York Times.Back