View Poll Results: Who won the debate?

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  • Obama Killed It

    12 13.64%
  • Obama Won

    38 43.18%
  • Obama by a Little

    15 17.05%
  • Draw, goes to Obama

    1 1.14%
  • Draw, no one wins

    4 4.55%
  • Draw, goes to McCain

    2 2.27%
  • McCain by a Little

    6 6.82%
  • McCain Won

    5 5.68%
  • McCain Killed It

    5 5.68%
  • Obama on domestic, McCain on foreign policy

    0 0%
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Thread: The OFFICIAL Second Presidential Debate Results Thread / Poll

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    The OFFICIAL Second Presidential Debate Results Thread / Poll

    Poll is coming

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    Anyone who says this was a draw or McCain won really needs to be banned.

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    what did you all think about "that one"?

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    [QUOTE=Green Jets & Ham;2794208][B][SIZE="4"]OTHER[/SIZE][/B]

    I thought Palin won by a landslide :yes:[/QUOTE]


    LOL

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    [QUOTE=Green Jets & Ham;2794208][B][SIZE="4"]OTHER[/SIZE][/B]

    I thought Palin won by a landslide :yes:[/QUOTE]

    :D

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    CNN focus group of undecideds went for Obama, but not by as big of a margin as the first debate

    their insta-poll results are coming to truly let us know who won

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    [QUOTE=Green Jets & Ham;2794208][B][SIZE="4"]OTHER[/SIZE][/B]

    I thought Palin won by a landslide :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Now that's comedy.:thumbup:

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    what do you conservatives think about McCain promising to renegotiate mortgages after the government buys them for troubled home-owners?

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    All Obama except one vote for McCain by a little. I wonder who that chump is.:D

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    just seems to me McCain was way too vague, much more so than Obama..

    He spoke in slogans and nonsense..

    some paraphrases:

    "It's easy to fix social security, just sit at a table with the smartest people in the country."

    "American workers are the best"

    "America is good"

    "Pork"

    "Talk softly carry a big stick"

    just seemed to contrived...why not give me some substance...we don't need to be talked to like children.

    Obama did get dragged down a bit in a tit for tat fight, but he also answered questions with what he would do...now that may not be everyone's cup of tea, but he at least gave some answers other than only giving his standard talking points...

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    [QUOTE=Tanginius;2794225]what do you conservatives think about McCain promising to renegotiate mortgages after the government buys them for troubled home-owners?[/QUOTE]

    Good for those people. I personally didn't take all the money my bank offered
    because I knew I couldn't afford it. I screwed up. Congrats to the dumbf****s
    who couldn't pay.

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    [QUOTE=Green Jets & Ham;2794208][B][SIZE="4"]OTHER[/SIZE][/B]

    I thought Palin won by a landslide :yes:[/QUOTE]

    I'm with you :D

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    [QUOTE=Tanginius;2794225]what do you conservatives think about McCain promising to renegotiate mortgages after the government buys them for troubled home-owners?[/QUOTE]

    I'm on "realtor.com" right now, looking for a house I can't afford!

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    [QUOTE=Tanginius;2794207]what did you all think about "that one"?[/QUOTE]

    An old guy talking about a young guy.

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    [QUOTE=Tanginius;2794225]what do you conservatives think about McCain promising to renegotiate mortgages after the government buys them for troubled home-owners?[/QUOTE]

    As a Libative Conserveral, I find the idea preposterous. More government? The man is stealing Obama's material. It's just not cool...

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    yeesh..at least the background on FOX is blue....

    so, I guess that is the DEM representative?

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    I thought McCain was hit by a landslide :yes:[/QUOTE]










    Fixed...

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    [QUOTE=sackdance99;2794238]I'm with you :D[/QUOTE]

    Lusting after a married woman a mortal sin. See you in hell.

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    [QUOTE=Timmy-y-y-y;2794247]Lusting after a married woman a mortal sin. See you in hell.[/QUOTE]

    Make sure you buy a nice house in hell.

    If you default on the loan, you'll definitely be bailed out.

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    CNN Insta-Poll Results (random sampling scientific poll):

    Who did the best? (i.e. who WON?)

    [B]Obama 54[/B]
    McCain 30

    Tang says, another statistically significant win for Obama - Biden, 3 for 3 now


    [B]
    Obama favorable numbers pre-post debate
    60-64
    Obama unfavorable numbers pre-post debate
    38-34[/B]

    Tang says, +30 net favorability rating is almost unheard of, and people are becoming more and more comfortable with him


    McCain favorable numbers pre-post debate
    51-51
    McCain unfavorable numbers pre-post debate
    46 -46

    Tang says, no movement for McCain, holding steady and that's not what one needs when they're behind



    who expressed views more clearly?
    Obama 60%
    McCain 30%

    who spent more time attacking his opponent?
    McCain 63
    Obama 17

    [B]Who seems like the stronger leader
    Obama 54
    McCain 43

    Who was more likable?
    Obama 65
    McCain 28[/b]


    edit, I had a typo, it was 54 to 30 that Obama won in this poll
    Last edited by King Ryan; 10-07-2008 at 11:25 PM.

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