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-- some voters in South Carolina remain undecided right now while quite a few others say they simply could change their minds in the next couple of hours.
Senior national correspondent John Roberts is live in Charleston, South Carolina.
With more on what these voters are saying John.
Adapted into -- just -- -- look at the way that the polls are changing to know how volatile the electorate is here.
Should point out Ron Paul voters pretty much made up their minds -- -- on him.
Talk to a lot of people -- were waffling between two or three candidates they like -- in the economy they don't like his record of changing his position Rick Santorum.
They think he's a good conservative but they're concerned whether or not he could beat Mitt Romney.
India in the election here tomorrow and Newt Gingrich they know it's a flawed candidate but -- -- since his intelligence and they love the way.
That he's come out fighting in these last two debates however.
Some voters have an issue -- Newt Gingrich.
Lynn Bennett is the chairman of the -- local Charleston County GOP she's also an undecided voter here's what she told.
Why are you still undecided.
After this long yeah.
I'm afraid nick might imply that somewhere along the line that's just a concern I have I think he's got great ideas and he is a genius when it comes -- policy.
And explaining and but he does hit its moments and I'm just nervous that we might statewide.
Yes that should should not quite sure what to do she says she probably won't know until she pushes the button to Bartok with a very.
High profile Republican here congressman Tim Scott -- represents the first district including Charleston and Myrtle Beach he says.
He's undecided Jenna and may not know until it pushes the button -- more -- -- about four.
Interesting to hear from that -- -- and you wonder with the latest news cycle.
I would have an impact the latest news -- had.
On new Gingrich not what I say the latest include that the surge in the polls but also the report from ABC news in the interview with Newt Gingrich's.
-- -- it does that seem to -- An issue with voters.
-- put that to every undecided voter that I've talked to in the last couple of days into a person they say.
It's not an issue for them they say it was a long time ago the -- Gingrich is done a lot of growing since then.
He's happily married to his wife Callista and so they're willing to leave it behind listen to what Scott Walsh of Greenville, South Carolina told.
If this came out ten years ago and and and we found all is not yet.
But you look today he's learned from it grow from -- he explained his position all the from their funding and forgiveness in the lord and and in front team.
If you you -- -- family values you know everybody in the state.
Here's the basic thing is that they know that Newt Gingrich's flawed candidate.
They know that he is back an awful lot of baggage on -- campaign bus -- -- so they're willing to forgive but there's also the potential for voter Booth conversion and we've seen this in many elections in the past.
The people will go in with a private thoughts to say one thing publicly.
But when they go to push that button.
They make a different decision we'll see how that plays out to -- -- -- a lot of nice folks at South Carolina John.
That's for sure there's there's -- there's a there's there's a lot of nice folks down here and interest rates come down here and visit to his.
My daughter goes to college here so -- -- get that experience is wonderful wonderful cities it's great to be down.
It it was beautiful -- will be interesting to see if South Carolina spaces for South Carolina or maybe we'll be taken national message from what happens tomorrow I think it's a big.
Big -- -- for 36 hours John thank you so much seriously -- -- -- next to.
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