Obama swings more uncommitted voters than McCain following debate



Washington, Sept 27: If one goes by a poll conducted minutes after Friday night's debate between Republican candidate John McCain and his Democrat opponent Barack Obama last night, the former is seen garnering more uncommitted voters than the latter.


46 percent of voters surveyed said their opinion of Obama got better tonight, while 32 percent said their opinion of McCain got better, reported cbsnews.com.

The poll was conducted on over 500 voters, who haven't yet decided who they would vote for and also those who have chosen a candidate but may still change their minds.

39 percent of uncommitted voters who watched the debate tonight thought Barack Obama was the winner, while only 24 percent thought John McCain won, and the rest 37 percent didn't favour either of the two.

66 percent of them think Obama would make the right decisions about the economy, while 42 percent think support McCain for better decisions. 48 percent of these voters think Obama would make the right decisions about Iraq, while 56 percent think McCain would.


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