Could Undecideds Tip The Vote In Michigan?

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With five days left before Election Day, up to 15 percent of Americans say they are still undecided about who they’re voting for. In Michigan, 13 percent of voters say they’re undecided — more than in several other swing states. Hillary Clinton has been expected to win Michigan, but if a majority of those undecided voters go for Donald Trump, it could put the state in his column.

Kate Wells (@KateLouiseWells) of Here & Now contributor Michigan Radio talked to two voters who are slowly, painfully trying to make up their minds. Michigan Radio producer Jodi Westrick helped with this report.

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