Post Debate Polls: Obama Wins
Post Debate Polls are coming in:
- CNN: Obama 54, McCain 30.
- CBS: Obama won among undecideds, 40% to 26%.
Forty percent of the 516 uncommitted voters surveyed identified Barack Obama as tonight's winner; 26 percent said John McCain won, while 35 percent saw the debate as a draw. (As you might have noticed, these percentages add up to 101 percent; the reason for the additional percentage point is rounding of each of the individual totals.)
After the debate, 68 percent of uncommitted voters said that they think Obama will make the right decisions on the economy, compared to 55 percent who said that before the debate. Fewer thought McCain would do so – 48 percent after the debate, and 41 percent before.
You know Obama won when even the right-wing blog Powerline says so.
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