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Shades Of Indifference Apathetic May Decide Senate Race

Buffalo News

Posted November 6, 2000
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After three debates, months of advertising and tons of media attention, it's hard to imagine anyone still sitting on the fence in New York's high-profile race for the U.S. Senate... But on this election eve, there are still undecided voters-- an estimated 5 percent of those likely to vote-- and they may very well decide who wins tomorrow... "If you're undecided at this point, chances are you're not going to vote," said Philip Klinkner, director of the Arthur Levitt School of Public Affairs at Hamilton College. "The one thing we know about undecided voters is that they're the people who care the least about politics." The undecided tell a far different story. With the election only a day away, most of them are leaning toward one candidate or the other.

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