CBS Poll: More Uncommitted Voters Saw Obama As Debate Winner

FromCBS News:

UPDATED WITH NEAR-FINAL NUMBERS CBS News and Knowledge Networks
conducted a nationally representative poll of approximately 500
uncommitted voters reacting to the debate in the minutes after it
happened.

Thirty-nine percent of uncommitted voters who watched the debate
tonight thought Barack Obama was the winner. Twenty-five percent
thought John McCain won. Thirty-six percent saw it as a draw.

Forty-six percent of uncommitted voters said their opinion of Obama
got better tonight. Thirty-one percent said their opinion of McCain got
better.

Sixty-six percent of uncommitted voters think Obama would make the
right decisions about the economy. Forty-four percent think McCain
would.

Forty-eight percent of these voters think Obama would make the
right decisions about Iraq. Fifty-eight percent think McCain would.

2 thoughts on “CBS Poll: More Uncommitted Voters Saw Obama As Debate Winner

  1. btchakir says:

    I don’t think McCain is really listening to Petraeus…
    John McCain made such a point last night that we don’t get out of Iraq without “victory” and said that Obama would know that had he been listening to General Petraeus. McCain repeatedly made Petraeus the clear definer of our military activities in Iraq.
    It never was brought up, however, that this very month, in an interview with the BBC as he was changing his assignments in the Middle East, Petraeus stated that he will “Never declare victory” in Iraq. He further stated that “this is not the sort of struggle where you take a hill, plant the flag and go home to a victory parade…”
    To hear it in Petraeus’ own voicego here. To read his words and review the whole interview go to “No victory in Iraq, says Petraeus.”
    Under The LobsterScope

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  2. pansypoo says:

    and iran is gonna nuke israel if he loses.

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