Hillary Clinton lost ground in Monday’s debate with Donald Trump. Four of 21 North Carolina voters interviewed in a focus group by McClatchy and the Charlotte Observer were considering supporting her, but after the debate moved into the undecided camp or leaned toward other candidates.
If you think, as some of these “undecided voters” concluded, that the actual words these people say during a “debate” matter in the least, you are already lost in the woods and probably shouldn’t vote.
If you haven’t known for months who you are going to vote for, you probably shouldn’t vote.
If you think it matters more which *person* you vote for rather than *which party* you vote for, you probably shouldn’t vote.
There is more to say about this.