swing voter

swing voter
`swing ,voter noun count AMERICAN
someone who does not always vote for the same party in elections

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  • swing voter — swing voters N COUNT A swing voter is a person who is not a firm supporter of any political party, and whose vote in an election is difficult to predict. [AM] (in BRIT, use floating voter) …   English dictionary

  • swing voter — UK US noun [C] POLITICS ► someone who does not always vote for the same political party and who might be persuaded to vote for one of several parties in an election: »The parties all try to maximize their appeal to swing voters in marginal… …   Financial and business terms

  • swing voter — noun a voter who has no allegiance to any political party and whose unpredictable decisions can swing the outcome of an election one way or the other • Syn: ↑floating voter • Hypernyms: ↑voter, ↑elector * * * swing voter UK US noun [countable] [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • swing voter — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms swing voter : singular swing voter plural swing voters mainly American a floating voter …   English dictionary

  • swing voter — noun a person who does not always vote for the same political party, but usually decides on the basis of policies Syn: floating voter …   Wiktionary

  • swing voter —    see floating voter …   Glossary of UK Government and Politics

  • Swing vote — is a term used to describe a vote that may go to any of a number of candidates in an election, or, in a two party system, may go to either of the two dominant political parties. Such votes are usually sought after in elections, since they can… …   Wikipedia

  • swing vote — noun (US) 1. A casting vote 2. A vote that determines the outcome of a ballot • • • Main Entry: ↑swing * * * n. a vote that has a decisive influence on the result of an election Derivatives: swing voter n. * * * ˌswing ˈvote 8 [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • swing — ▪ I. swing swing 1 [swɪŋ] verb swung PTandPP [swʌŋ] [intransitive, transitive] to change from one level, rate, or position to another so that a situation is the opposite of what it was before: • If the economy swings from recession into recovery …   Financial and business terms

  • swing state — noun A state which may vote Democratic or Republican, in a given election or generally; a purple state. See Also: state, swing, swing voter …   Wiktionary

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