The Week in Polls: Number of Eligible Latino Voters Swells in 2012

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Minds Made Up

The pool of swing voters has grown smaller in 2012, with just 22 percent who are undecided or could change their mind, compared to 27 percent in 2008. A Pew Research Center poll published Sept. 25 found that 43 percent of all registered voters say their choice is Obama, while 35 percent said they would definitely vote for Romney. 

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