While the Public Learned Specifics About Bush and Gore After Their Conventions, One out of Two Still Not Ready to Vote

Men More Likely than Women to Know Policy Positions and More Likely to Feel they Can Make an Informed Choice for President

In this analysis the Annenberg Public Policy Center examines why only one in two Americans (49 percent) feels she or he has learned enough about Al Gore and George W. Bush to make an informed choice for president.