2020 Candidates Likely To Drop $2 Billion Trying To Convince Dithering Voters

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Published on September 15, 2019 - Duration: 00:36s

2020 Candidates Likely To Drop $2 Billion Trying To Convince Dithering Voters

GOP pollster Frank Luntz says 2020 presidential candidates will spend $2 billion on trying to sway 1.2% of the US electorate.

Luntz said that the 6% of voters that are "truly undecided" are the greatest hurdle to campaigns for 2020 hopefuls.

According to Business Insider, Luntz said the 6% slice that candidates will be spending big on has "never been that small." If you're that undecided now when everybody else has made up their minds, it's going to be very hard to move you.

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