Voters must beware of polls about the intense race for governor. Pollsters are no longer counting "undecided" or "do not choose to disclose" voters. If the undecided voters number 30 percent, the polls are meaningless.
For example, say my favorite candidate (Shawn Moody) polls at 12 percent. If 20 percent of the undecided vote for him, he will have 32 percent. Then, if the top three come in at 31 percent, or less, Moody wins. It's simple math.
People must study the facts and watch debates, and ignore the polls.
Anne Ceplikas, Auburn