I presume just about everyone has one or the other presidential candidate as their personal favorite, one for whom they will vote barring some stunning revelation, scandal, etc. My question is:
Do you feel there is a significant chance that you might wind up voting for the other guy after all? Or is your choice pretty much set in stone (barring any drama, as above)?
Also, if you wish to speculate, what percentage of the voting population do you think is still truly “undecided”?
(I for one intend to exercise a third option: consuming large quantities of pizza and beer on Election Day, not voting for either one since IMHO voting for someone means that you actually want that person to hold the office in contention. Though if you held a gun to my head, I’d vote for Obama, and that is set in stone as far as it goes since I wouldn’t vote for Romney for less than a bribe of, oh, $5,000, and I don’t think he’s going to offer nearly that much.)