So...I'll assume here a bit (to keep the conversation going)......you, and you expect or think others also, will vote not based on support of a particular candidate, but for the dislike of another. And would that inlcude the thought that, as I think many are focused on, the idea that you don't vote on who has the ideology of yourself or who may better represent your values, but the guy, regardless of who that may be, based on his chances against the next guy.
Sorry....I know many who do not, and will not, vote based on that logic.
So far, that logic, no matter how many keep calling Mitt the only "electable" candidate, has been failing. And I am not sure that logic will work in the general election thinking voters will get out and vote not based on support of one, but the dislike of another.
Thinking Mitt had this wrapped up with the drum beat of the media claiming him the winner after two states, may be just about as bad as assuming voters will all fall in line and be motivated to vote for a guy they do not like, based on the other guy being worse.