Origin of uncommitted
Examples from the Web for uncommitted
President Obama was nearly as uncommitted to compromise as House Speaker John Boehner; he only appeared more level-headed.
All of which is to say: this is not a decision for the uncommitted.
This “uncommitted” voter, folks, is also known as a Democrat.
Romney may be better behind a podium, but can he connect with an audience of uncommitted voters?Brett O’Donnell: What to Watch For in the Town-Hall Debate|Brett O’Donnell|October 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Milloy told The Daily Beast that he hoped the Climategate emails might convince some uncommitted observers to join his side.
"It's like talking a lot of uncommitted small landholders into taking somebody's livery-and-maintenance," the latter said.Space Viking|Henry Beam Piper
He knew what Grinnel had meant by saying he was uncommitted, and he knew now that it was no longer true.The Syndic|C.M. Kornbluth
Out of that list of eighteen uncommitted Republicans, but one vote was necessary to defeat the impeachment.
They are uncommitted to any set theory and are relatively free from local European feelings.
It is only when thus free and bold and uncommitted that her testimony is worth any thing.Christianity and Modern Thought|Various