A pair of snap polls conducted after the vice presidential debate declared different winners, but viewers who stayed awake to catch MSNBC’s focus group of eight undecided voters in Virginia universally declared all of them losers.

Ironically, anti-bullying advocate Dan Savage was among the most savage in his disdain.

I’ve been watching undecided voters on MSNBC a few minutes… and the stoopid is catching. Because now I can’t find the remote. #dumbfucks

— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) October 12, 2012

One of the undecideds just forgot Ryan’s name. LA LA LA.

— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) October 12, 2012

For what it’s worth, of the eight, five declared Biden the winner, one gave the debate to Ryan, and two called it a draw. Viewers had little patience for the group, though.

MSNBC assembled the most braindead group of (only 8!) undecided voters I think I’ve seen — one of them forgot the name of the candidates!

— Ryan Whiting (@rwhiting) October 12, 2012

Definition of undecided voter on MSNBC focus group. Almost can’t name Ryan. Needs coaching from Ron Allen.

— Eric Heggie (@ericheggie) October 12, 2012

Undecided voter on msnbc can’t remember Ryan’s name.These people aren’t geniuses.

— Bel Z. Brew (@SatansLollipop) October 12, 2012

“Undecided” voter on @msnbc “We work for a living and can’t follow the news.” #LOL

— Politics Bella (@PoliticsBella) October 12, 2012

MSNBC w/ another example of why “undecided voter panels” are bogus either they are idiots or lying about being undecided #debates

— javier trincado (@jtrincad) October 12, 2012

These undecided voters on #MSNBC have the most lame excuses for not being able to decide on who to vote for. Living in a bubble.

— myfriendscallmet (@tlovesorchids) October 12, 2012

MSNBC focus group member claims he works all the time and so is undecided but still he finds time to be in a focus group #VPDebate

— Un Believable (@Godisadouche) October 12, 2012

These focus group members on msnbc are a joke. I have a strong feeling non of them were really “undecided” coming in. #WantedToBeOnTV

— Rachelle Friberg (@RachelleFriberg) October 12, 2012

These ‘undecided’ voters they’re interviewing on MSNBC are impossibly stupid. Why are people who are too lazy to read a newspaper on TV?

— Keith Keal (@dailykeith) October 12, 2012

If you want America to know that you are profoundly incurably stupid, just call yourself an “undecided” and get on a TV panel.

— TBogg (@tbogg) October 12, 2012

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