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Easily persuaded; amenable.‘they need to identify the most persuadable voters’
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- ‘Paid media focused on the most persuadable voters.’
- ‘Given that conclusion, you can certainly surmise that early voters are less persuadable than Election Day voters.’
- ‘You must discern the most important issue for persuadable voters in your district.’
- ‘Well, there are so many undecided or persuadable people.’
- ‘Again, these numbers do not reflect the cost of reaching a persuadable voter.’
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