We’ve been rounding up undecided voters for a few months now – we love watching their reactions as the candidates debate the issues. For tonight’s panel, however, we faced a new challenge: finding these undecided Democrats.
I’ve had more than a few people tell me they’re surprised people could be undecided at this point, but thankfully, there are still a few… emphasis on few.
The firm who gathers our undecided registered voters had to pull out all the stops to find tonight’s group. One thing that struck me as I was being briefed on tonight’s group? The women watching the debate with us tonight say they feel torn.
On the one hand, they feel an allegiance to Senator Clinton; yet they don’t feel she’s given them enough reason to get excited, enough reason to pull a lever for her. All day long, you’ve heard that tonight is when Sen. Clinton needs to get people excited.
Will that be enough for this group? And is that excitement really what these votes come down to? Stay tuned to find out.
– Erica Hill, 360° Correspondent
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