- Posted October 12, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Final presidential debate: Unanswered questions
- Poll of 5 new Polls: Romney leads Obama in national and swing states polls
- CIA had developed a new very successful program ground to plane rescue in minutes
- Polls in Florida show Romney widen his lead against Obama
- Polls show President Obama is the most polarizing president in US history
- Biden vs Ryan debate, polls show more negative than positive view of Biden
Polls: Paul Ryan won the debate against Joe Biden
According to CNN poll of debate watchers released following Thursday's matchup between Rep. Paul Ryan and Vice President Joe Biden showed 48% of respondents named Ryan the winner and 44% said Biden won.
According to Yahoo.com with 431,544 votes in poll Rep. Paul Ryan won the debate, Ryan has 54% and Joe Biden 46%.
A CNN/ORC International post-debate poll shows a 50%-41% margin, debate watchers say that Ryan rather than Biden better expressed himself.
A CNN/ORC International post-debate poll shows. Seven in ten said Biden was seen as spending more time attacking his opponent, and that may be a contributing factor in Ryan's 53%-43% advantage on being more likable. Ryan also had a slight advantage on being more in touch with the problems of average Americans.
One of the top jobs for the candidates in a vice presidential debate is to convince Americans that they would be able to step into the top job if something happened to the president. The poll indicates that both men were seen as qualified to be president if necessary, by roughly equal numbers.
I thought it was a good debate. However, Biden's rude behavior was baffling and un-presidential. I thought Ryan was much stronger than I anticipated behaving in a courteous manner served him well.
I was shocked by how Vice President Joe Biden’s demeanor at Thursday night’s vice presidential debate against GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan. Biden appeared to act towards Paul Ryan openly contemptuous and disrespectful with smirks, the smiles, the head shaking, the mugging calling Ryan’s statements "malarkey" and "stuff" and "loose" talk.
I found Biden to be condescending and arrogant. Joe Biden seemed defensive, arrogant and condescending against Ryan. I felt Biden's facial expressions may have lost him and Obama the election.
Biden was laughing at everything, interrupting, acting like a two year old... While Biden won on aggressiveness, Ryan won on substance and actually acting presidential.
I appreciated how tactful and respectful Ryan was. His knowledge was impressive, too. He was the clear winner in the debate.
Polls taken immediately after last week's first presidential debate showed a much more decisive victory for Mitt Romney. Sixty seven percent of debate watchers questioned said that the Republican nominee won the faceoff, with one in four saying that President Barack Obama was victorious.
The recent shift of a number of voters along with Independents toward Romney is the result of the Romney-Obama debate, which clearly showed that President Obama is running the White House as he conducted himself during the debate: arrogant and disengaged, Joe Biden was arrogant to.
Voters found out that President Obama must have a teleprompter to read words prepared by handlers who to this day have had the press and media in their back pockets. For four years the president's handlers and the main stream media have kept the real Barack Obama out of America’s living rooms, and it all came crashing down this past week.
Joe Biden can't defend Obama's failed policies: The U.S. has Forty-seven million Americans on food stamps under Obama's administration.
U.S. has a +$16.2 trillion deficit and Obama have nearly a $6 trillion deficit and increasing an average of $3.85 billion debt per day. President Obama promise to cut annual federal budget deficits in half by the end of your term. The unemployment above 8 % for 44 months, despite the nearly $6 trillion dollar in new Obama's debt.
U.S. has record high foreclosures and record high loss of median family income, twenty three million Americans are not able to find jobs or are underemployed, a record 5.4 million workers and their dependents that have signed up to collect federal disability checks since President Obama took office.
President Obama support the institutional redistribution of wealth in the USA. President Obama's taxing of the rich plan won't solve the deficit. President Obama could confiscate the entire wealth of America's top 400 wealthiest people $1.7 trillion dollars and it wouldn't put much of a dent in our +$16.2 trillion deficit.
President Obama's proposed solution to reducing the deficit, "tax the rich" solution will only fund the government for about 8 days.
U.S. loose its perfect AAA credit rating and the U.S slips to number 7 in global competitiveness for business environment under Obama. The U.S Nation's National Security facing traumatic repercussions from Obama' policies, The U.S Southern border is a sieve, open as a gateway to the most violent criminals.
President Obama's plan "unify a divided nation" never happened, Obama has been nothing like the healer-in-chief he promised to be. Early on he took the low road, inflaming resentments, demonizing his critics, and, yes, pitting red Americans against blue Americans. President Obama's defenders argue that he had no choice, going negative was his only option.
President Obama was going to unite the country, but all he has done is divide and pit one group against another. He pits the rich against the poor, blacks against whites, old against young, workers against management, unions against companies, home owners against bank.
Paul Ryan articulated a strong conservative positions in the debate. Mitt Romney’s plan for a stronger Middle Class is a five-part proposal for turning around the economy and delivering more jobs and more take-home pay for American families.