So Who Won the First Presidential Debate?

Did the debate help make up, or change, your mind about who you will vote for in November?

Going through Twitter and Facebook, it would appear that Mitt Romney won the debate - if you were going to vote for him anyway. President Barack Obama, however, was the clear winner - if he was your man going in.

But that really doesn't matter in the long run. It's that small number of voters who are undecided that will make the difference.

So, if you were undecided, did this debate help sway you either way? And if so, which way? And let's just throw it out there for everybody, decided or not, who do you think won the debate and why? 

C.J. October 10, 2012 at 05:31 PM
Re: "as is evident on both sides today" Journalism 101: To establish your independent, objective, non-biased bona fides, be sure to use the phrase, "both sides" as frequently as possible, regardless of accuracy, scale, context, or relevance.
Roger Long October 10, 2012 at 05:32 PM
Dennis, if your boy gets elected for a second rule, you're going to hope you can hold onto your job and your home.
Anonymous October 10, 2012 at 05:44 PM
But not quite enough to make the Democrats change their minds. We are substance over style and think our candidate did a credible job.
Chris October 10, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Democrats today are throwing Obama under the bus for getting involved in the Libyan conflict and also for the deaths of the Ambassador and three other US Citizens on September 11, 2012. Obama is such a fool and even the liberal congress are getting fed up with his arrogance. Time to throw him out!
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