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Synonyms for fencesitter

a neutral or uncommitted person (especially in politics)

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Fencesitter Films and AIM HealthCare foundation would like to thank all of the sponsors who contributed to this event, as it would not have been possible without their generosity.
Profiling the fencesitters in New Zealand elections: A latent profile model of political voting blocs.
1628, or that the move was an effort to get fencesitters to come over to his side.
Any terror attack from Pakistan will derail the process again and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will find it difficult to convince fencesitters in his government who have been advocating a go- slow policy on Pakistan.
By joining the GOP, Johnson would be breaking a taboo, making it acceptable for thousands of other black fencesitters to comfortably make the leap with him.
24 Always include your guarantee--and make it a benefit to your prospects and customers (helps fencesitters hop off the fence
We left our midwifery display up and the fact sheets out, hoping it would provide further education for fencesitters and doubters.
Companies that have adopted such plans have learned that it's best to implement them fast--convincing fencesitters that a new day truly is at hand and they'd better get on the train before it leaves the station.
It injected fencesitters with a sense of urgency, even desperation.
The proper reception given a southern lady minimized the vocal opposition to the Johnson ticket and pulled some state Democratic fencesitters on board.
018) were more ethnically diverse, as were the FenceSitters, who were 76.