There are fewer undecided voters this year than in the previous three elections

New polling from The Washington Post and ABC News shows there are fewer genuinely undecided voters during the 2012 election campaign than there have been in any of the last three elections.

And less than one in five voters says there is any chance at all that he or she will change his or her mind.

Just 6 percent of Americans say there is a good chance they will change their mind about their pick in the 2012 presidential race — a reflection of the divided nature of American politics and the few voters who are actually persuadable.

Another 13 percent say that it’s possible but unlikely that they will change their minds.

That’s a more polarized electorate than we saw in either 2004 or 2008.