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The scale of Obama's humiliation revealed: Romney scores 52-point debate victory - the BIGGEST in Gallup poll history

The scale of Obama's humiliation revealed: Romney scores 52-point debate victory - the BIGGEST in Gallup poll history

By TOBY HARNDEN
PUBLISHED: 13:51 EST, 8 October 2012
UPDATED: 17:17 EST, 8 October 2012

Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate by a whopping 52-point margin according to Gallup - the most resounding margin since the polling giant began tracking debates 20 years ago.

The stunning judgement on the debate came as a bombshell Pew national poll put Romney four points ahead of President Barack Obama by 49 to 45 points - a huge swing of 12 points from mid-September, when Pew found Obama leading by 51 to 43 points.

In Gallup debate results published today, three times more people thought Romney did a better job than Obama in last week's so-called Duel in Denver presidential debate.

The poll about the Wednesday night's debate in Denver, watched by 67 million people, was conducted on Thursday and Friday. Of those who watched, 72 per cent thought Romney did a better job compared to 20 per cent for Obama.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2214753/Mitt-Romneys...




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What was this blunder?

What was this blunder? Apparently I missed something.

another example

of why I frequent the Daily Romney(this site) less and less.

Ron Paul supporters, dont FREAKIN CARE about stuff like this, but's FROMT AND CENTER!!

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War is an instrument entirely inefficient toward redressing wrong; and multiplies, instead of indemnifying losses.
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