Sharing Some Ideas About Education & Politics
when they say chuy holds a 6 percent advantage, does that mean overall--ie, chuy wins the election if the undecideds break in as they do conventionally??? or do they mean just a 6 percent advantage of the undecideds???? i.e., chuy wins 53-47 of the 16 percent undecided???
I think they mean an advantage among the undecideds (which way they are leaning according to the pollsters). I'm not sure exactly what that means either or if any of this is all that significant at this juncture.
Agree? Disagree? Let me hear from you.