The majority of voters are low info voters. They voted Obama in-remember. Unhappy with the results, they are voting him out.<quoted text>
The undecided voters quoted in this James Fallows post don’t have very good arguments for their indecision. One wrote:
For example, I’m fiscally conservative, but socially liberal. So my quandary is choosing which set of policies are more important to me, and to the country, this time around.
Judging from the voter’s ideological self-identification and his reported history of presidential voting, it’s clear that this person is a moderate Republican and normally a reliable Republican voter (except in ’88,’92 and ’08).“Fiscally conservative, socially liberal” is the standard way for moderate Republicans to describe themselves, and like many other usually reliable Republican voters they are under the illusion that the Republican Party is fiscally conservative.
....usually reliable Republican voters...under the illusion....
Why does this surprise you?