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How many if you can undecided voters are there.
In North Carolina James.
Well quite a few an effect fairly high percentage bill.
Of the latest poll white Ilan university which is based here in North Carolina found that -- likely voters in the tar heel state.
Just under six and a half percent say they have not yet.
Made up their minds that takes on heightened significance.
When you consider as we were just mentioning that Barack Obama for years ago won the state of North Carolina the first democratic presidential candidate to do so since 1976.
But just over 141000.
Votes factor in the economic conditions in the state as we have been discussing it just posted an unemployment rate in July of nine point 6%.
Well above the already high national average and you -- that all -- you can see why undecided voters are so critical in this hotly contested swing state.
And what people said they were undecided we asked -- proportion of them if you had to choose.
Right would you choose which one would you choose and a portion of them.
Would choose a candidate so.
In in -- in the sense we do get a pretty good gauge and we found that the undecideds split pretty evenly between the two candidates.
The one prime reason why the convention is being held here in North Carolina is that the Democratic Party and president Obama's campaign hoped to use.
The data that they collect from every single person who enters the convention center.
Enters the stadium where the president will speak take that data to use it to fund raising also mobilize voters for -- -- vote tallies bill.
Right here in Charlotte just like Denver four years ago as you point out the president speaks to voters inside the stadium behind huge games.
What are they waiting to hear.
-- we spoke to a number of undecided voters here in the tar heel state and what we heard from them principally.
Was two things anxiety about the state of the economy as you might imagine but also disappointment with the political discourse itself.
-- -- -- -- I do know one thing I'm not happy with the way the situation.
Is right now -- the country's school right now so.
Maybe we do need to change.
Being a middle class.
Person working very hard I just feel like there's just not a lot -- the profit for the middle class.
Hand I think that their -- maybe there's a better option on not really sure which way am getting down on.
So we told -- it's just under six and a half percent of likely voters here in North Carolina who are undecided follow me on Twitter.
-- James Rosen FN -- as -- -- undone this live shot.
-- -- weed out the percentage of voters likely voters nationwide were undecided from the latest Fox News poll taken ten days ago bill.
Good deal would check it out there thank you James James Rosen live here in Charlotte with us this morning.
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