I can't give an accurate representation of southern undecided voters. I really only know one southerner, my best friend, and she's been living in "Yankee territory" for the better part of a decade.
She's generally a-political. But this cycle, she's fully supporting Obama. She's also motivated because she lost her little sister in Iraq to an IED. Her parents have stated they're not voting. They generally vote Republican, but they just don't want John McCain for his every changing policies.
Race is not an issue for them, they just don't want to be a part of a process that they believed ultimately had an effect on their youngest daughter.
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