Undecided voters will likely cast their votes for Republicans or not vote altogether, in the view of former Democratic pollster Pay Caddell, Breitbart
The 2014 campaign is a repeat of the 2012 cycle for Republicans in that they have no singular message or theme. In 2010, the tea party helped frame the campaign, Caddell told Neil Cavuto on the Fox News Channel
Undecided voters are "either not going to vote or they're going to move Republican," he said. According to Caddell, Republicans have failed to develop a narrative. "In 2014, the Republicans have abandoned debt; they've abandoned tax cuts," emphasizing instead President Barack Obama's "weak leadership," and unpopularity," Breitbart reported.
Caddell has been active in Democratic politics since the early 1970s. He came to prominence while working for Jimmy Carter's 1976 presidential campaign.
Undecided voters are widely believed to disapprove of Obama's policies and lean toward favoring Republican control of Congress, according to Nate Cohn of The New York Times
Nationally, as much as 13 percent of registered voters have told pollsters they are undecided, according to Politico
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