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Friday, October 12, 2012

CNN POLL: Ryan Beats Biden In VP Debate

Republican candidate Paul Ryan beat Vice President Joe Biden, 48 percent to 44 percent, in the vice presidential debate Thursday night, according to a nationwide poll conducted by CNN right after the debate. 
While that number is close — the results are with in the poll's 5-point margin of error — Ryan gained a more significant lead among debate-watchers on the questions of likeability and clarity.
The Wisconsin Congressman lead Biden by 10 points (51-41 percent) in likeability, and held a 50 percent to 41 percent advantage on the question of which candidate expressed himself better. Significantly, Ryan also led slightly on the question of which candidate is more in touch with the problems of everyday voters. 



Anonymous said...

Biden seemed to be out of touch with reality last night. He must be taking the same drugs as the 47%.

Anonymous said...

Didn't WBOC say that Biden won this morning?
Who do you believe?
I vote for Ryan!

Anonymous said...

Of course Ryan won.

Paul Ryan=Diplomatic Statesman
Biden=Obnoxious Politician spewing BS and acting like a halfwit.

Anonymous said...

what difference does it make whoever 'won? It has never influenced the presidential election. VP is more or less a sidekick to the president.

Has no real function other than to do the bidding of the president. Do the crap that presidents don't have the time for or inclination to do.

Just another distraction. Entertainment for the masses.