SNL also mocks the ‘undecided voter’: ‘There’s still a lot we don’t know’

By Roxanne Cooper
Sunday, September 23, 2012 0:26 EDT
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Following on the heels of Bill Maher’s Friday night rant about “undecided voters,” Saturday Night Live also poked fun at “low-information voters” this week.

SNL’s treatment came in the form of a political ad by the “Low-Information Voters of America,” which began:

It seems that 96 percent of voters have already made up their minds about this election. I guess some of us are just a little bit harder to please. We’re not impressed by political spin or 30-second sound bites. Before you get OUR vote, you’re going to have to answer some questions.

What are their questions? To find out, watch the full SNL segment below, which was originally uploaded by Mediaite on September 22, 2012:

Roxanne Cooper
Roxanne Cooper is the publisher of Raw Story. She has 20+ years experience in media management, marketing, and advertising and has held positions with AlterNet, the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, LA Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian, and Stars & Stripes. From 2004-2008, Roxanne published the popular political blog Rox Populi. She lives in San Francisco and you can follow her on Twitter at @AlterRox.
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