More and more Hoosiers consider themselves true “independents,” casting aside any political identification with either Republicans or Democrats. Twenty percent (20%) of Indiana voters today identify themselves as “independent,” even after factoring out those who self-identify as leaning to one party or the other. This is a 150% increase in true independent voters in just the last six years.
Jul 15, 2011
From the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Business Blog, via The Hankster: