Decided, or undecided? You decide.

July 30, 2016 § Leave a comment

What does “undecided” mean when referring to a someone, who is otherwise, qualified to vote? What decision/s have not yet been made? What is “un-decided”? Is it the decision whether to vote? Or is it the decision of whom to vote for, or whom not to vote for?

  1. I am undecided as to whether I am going to vote.
  2. I am undecided as to whom I will vote for.
  3. I have made my decision and my decision is to “not vote”.
  4. I have made my decision to vote, and my decision is to vote but I have not yet decided whom to vote for “yet”.
  5. If I decide to vote I am sure who I’ll vote for.
  6. I have decided to vote and I have decided whom the vote will be for.

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