Saturday, July 4, 2015

Was there a clear-cut winner in the first presidential debate?

READER POLL

Was there a clear-cut winner in the first presidential debate?

Yes, Mitt Romney came across as more aggressive and focused
 
  645 (68.0%)
No, need more info on Romney's vague proposals and evidence President Obama can win bipartisan deals
 
  109 (11.5%)
Yes, President Obama was more thoughtful and specific about his agenda
 
  119 (12.5%)
No, need to see the other debates before deciding
 
  76 (8.0%)
Total votes = 949
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