Joni, 54-year-old woman in Virginia: "I've tried to read as much as I can. I've seen all kinds of charts. I try and look up what is truth and what is fiction. I'm still kind of torn."
Wilbur Weaver, 88, retiree: "I think ordinary people will vote to keep Medicare like it is. I think people should have a say in that. If it changes, it should stay exactly like it is."
David Gammon, 61, New Hampshire. "My views are more in line with Ron Paul, which is who I voted for in the primary in New Hampshire. And that's another thing I wasn't happy with, Romney shutting out Ron Paul at the Republican convention. "
John Lotterio, 63, Pennsylvania. "[Obama's] killing people over energy by bottling over all the sources of energy, other than green energy. I saw on TV he said that if you want to invest in coal, go ahead, but you’re going to go bankrupt. What kind of attitude is that from that guy?"
Bernard Singleton, 57, retired: No matter who wins, Congress is likely to stifle the next president. "I think it will be the same no matter who's elected!"
David, 61, coal miner: "[Obama's] shut the coal mines down. That’s why I’m not working."
Maggie Neale, 69, retired: "I liked the man running against Obama in '08, and I don’t like the man who’s running against him now."