A new poll of 500 undecided in four key western states from Project New America says

Overwhelmingly, undecided voters say theyʼre looking for a candidate they
can trust. These voters do not believe their families will be better off with one
candidate or the other, and they are hardly concerned at all whether the candidates
agree with them on the issues. When we asked which characteristics were most
important to voters in determining their vote, the highest percentage (nearly 4 in 10)
said “Is someone they can trust.” The least important characteristic by far is “agrees
with you on the issues.”

Once the Obama campaign and political writers get done comparing last night's Mitt Romney V2002 with Mitt Romney VWhatHeWasSayingLastWeek I don't think those undecided voters will think Mitt is their candidate.

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