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Poll: 25% Of PA Voters Are Undecided About Specter

The Quinnipiac poll has Sestak and Specter within one point of each other, at 42  and 41 percent respectively, but a massive 25% of likely Democratic voters are undecided about who they are going to vote for in tomorrow's Pennsylvania primary election.

I've been curious for a while as to how Specter has managed to retain so many voters, but I'm even more curious over the level of indecision about him. There doesn't seem like a lot of mental wiggle room for loving or hating the guy; his very public party switches and massive shifts in policy beliefs don't seem conducive to moderate views of his candidacy. But if this poll is correct, people are still waffling over whether or not they want him back in office.

Whatever the case, this primary is going to be even crazier than we expected.

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