The confrontation between the two candidates for the presidency of the United States that took place last night (Tuesday through Wednesday) has already been dubbed the “ugliest confrontation,” but what did American voters think of it? Surveys conducted after the confrontation show that the battle between the two is quite close. It further shows that the majority of the public felt uncomfortable during the confrontation and formulated a negative opinion.
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According to a CNN poll, Democratic nominee Joe Biden defeated President Trump in a confrontation. Before the two began confronting, 56% of participants in the sample claimed that Biden would do a better job while 43% thought President Trump would defeat Biden in a confrontation.
At the end of the confrontation, the results were pretty much the same as they were after the first confrontation between Trump and Clinton in 2016. 62% thought Biden won the confrontation, while 27% thought Trump won. 65% thought the answers provided by Biden were more credible and fair and 29% thought Trump was the one who provided better answers.
CNN stressed that the survey does not constitute the opinion of all Americans and is only a survey. Among the survey participants: 36% do not belong to any political party, 39% identify with the Democratic side and 25% identify with the Republican side.
In a poll conducted by CBSNews, the gap between the two candidates is quite close in contrast to the CNN poll. 48% of respondents claimed that Biden won the confrontation while 41% thought Trump won. 10% of survey participants claimed that the confrontation ended in equality between the two. The survey also shows that 83% think that the style and tone of the confrontation between the two was negative. In contrast 17% think the confrontation was positive.
69% felt uncomfortable during the confrontation, 31% felt entertained, 19% felt pessimistic and 17% were interested. It further shows that Biden has succeeded in convincing his party members more than Trump the Republican voters. 92% of Democrat respondents said Biden won compared to 82% of Republican participants in the poll who thought Trump won the confrontation.
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