Zogby Interactive: Late deciding voters may have prevented greater Democrat losses
Democrats did much better among voters who decided on their vote for Congress within the final week before the election, A post-election Zogby Interactive poll finds.
The poll of 2,185 voters reveals 8% made up their minds one week or less prior to Election Day. Of these voters, 51% voted for Democrats, 36% for Republicans and the remainder voted for neither major party candidate. Most of those who decided in the last week were independents (58%).
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