IBD/TIPP Poll Has A Tight Race

IBD/TIPP, the most accurate poll in the 2004 election, shows a really tight race:

McCain has cut into Obama’s lead for a second day and is now just 1.1 points behind. The spread was 3.7 Wednesday and 6.0 Tuesday. The Republican is making headway with middle- and working- class voters, and has surged 10 points in two days among those earning between $30,000 and $75,000. He has also gone from an 11-point deficit to a 9-point lead among Catholics.

According to their poll, 11.6% are not sure who they would vote for.

So, if this poll is accurate, how is it possible that roughly 1 out of 10 voters are still undecided?

My thoughts: Considering that the political winds highly favor Democrats this year, if Obama hasn’t sealed the deal with 11.6% of voters yet then these voters have major concerns with Obama.

Legitimately so.

That being said, I believe a significant majority of those last minute undecideds will pull the lever for John McCain.

I know most polls give a comfortable lead to Obama, But in my heart, I can’t see this country electing Barack Hussein Obama. This isn’t a sociology experiment. This is the most important office in the country… the world, in fact. Barack can only dream of being 1/10th the man John McCain is.