CNN poll: 46% believe Obama won debate; 39% think Romney

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 17, 2012 05:37

 
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CNN polling of registered voters following the presidential town hall showed 46 percent of respondents believed US President Barack Obama won the debate, while 39% believed Republican challenger Mitt Romney won.

 Romney launched a sweeping critique of the US Administration's policy in the Middle East, terming Obama "weak" and saying that his policies led to negative developments in Syria, Iran, Egypt and Libya.

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