Lyons: Journalists can’t decide on indecision
No one’s perfected it, but as the presidential election approaches, many journalists try to get inside the minds of not just independent voters but undecided voters.
Yes. It’s as creepy as it sounds.
Meanwhile, it’s one thing to be an undecided voter in July or even August. It’s quite another to remain undecided by mid-October, but here we are and at least news networks are telling us that they’ve been able to corral them into an Ohio conference room.
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