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poll: Final Debate for President - Who Won Obama or Romney?

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

 

Final Debate for President - Who Won Obama or Romney?


The battle for President went through Florida and over the issues of Foreign Policy. The third and final debate was the last time for the candidates to score big points while on the same stage in a race for the Presidency that has the two candidates in a dead heat according to national polls.

According to a Gallup Poll released just an hour before the debate, Obama  led Romney 52% to 42% in public perceptions of who would better handle terrorism and other international threats, although more recently the two were tied on that issue -- 48% for Obama, 47% for Romney -- in the national component of a USA Today/Gallup swing-states poll.

Who got the better of the debate? Was President Obama's experience important?  Will Romney be stronger?

 

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