There’s no shortage of attention-grabbing numbers to be found in the latest round of primary polls. Among the latest: a new Iowa poll from Monmouth that found South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg , garnering .
But right now, there’s another type of poll result that’s at least as informative as whom voters are supporting ― how firmly they’ve made up their minds. While polls , they’re generally in consensus here. Across the country, recent surveys find, many voters are still very far from settling on their decisions.
That same Iowa , for instance, found just 28% of likely caucusgoers reporting they were “firmly decided” on their choice of candidate, with another 8% saying there was only a low possibility that they’d