I am not voting for several reasons- the storm situation- my polling location is at a high school which is open and my work schedule leaves me almost no time to go and vote without waiting on line, being caught in a sea of confused 15-year-olds, or wasting gas. I live in NY state, where the outcome is not in doubt so my vote won't "count" and I simply do not have enough of an interest in politics to warrant waiting in line.
My vote would go to Obama, however I am not a big fan of any of the candidates running this year- I would prefer a Democrat in the vein of Clinton.
Since I don't know how to start a poll, I'll ask the question here:
Regardless of who wins, what % of the votes do you think would be PRO-winner, as opposed to ANTI-loser?
It's sad that even needs to be asked, but hearing people talk it sure sounds like there's a lot of "anti-voting" going on. I'm sure that's always the case to some degree, but it seems more than usual going into this one . . .