First of all, it turns out that most viewers agree with the analysts. Donald Trump kept interrupting Joe Biden, while the latter tried to imitate Trump’s style by calling him twice as “clown” and “Putin’s puppy.” The two both went ‘low’.
The public saw that too. 83% of the viewers thought the tone was ‘negative’. Americans were also allowed to express how they felt at CBS News. 17% were ‘informed’, 31% ‘amused’, while the vast majority chose ‘annoyed’.
Then the result. Just before the debate, another Harvard CAPS-Harris poll came in, showing that the gap is getting smaller and the race more exciting. Biden is still ahead, as in all polls, but only 47% versus Trump’s 45%. The rest floats. The current president has thus lost three points compared to August, a picture that is comparable with other measurements.
In short: the debate is important. At first sight, most results point to a big victory for Biden. At CBS News and YouGov, 38% has started to think better about the Democrat while that number is lower for Trump, and at the same time the Republican candidate has more viewers who have started to think worse of him: 42% versus 32%.
CNN, as always, also polled. Before the debate, Biden had a slight lead of 56% and after the debate, yes, 60 percentage points. Trump gets away with 28 percent. But those figures do remind us of four years ago. Also in the 2016 election year, the candidates verbally fought, even then CNN polled, and at the time 27% of the votes were for Trump while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who would later lose, was awarded a whopping 62%.
A copy? For now. On top of that there are other interesting results. The neutral CSPAN recovered a big win for Donald Trump on Twitter (55% to 28%) and, more interestingly, the Spanish-language channel Telemundo reported after the debate on the broadcast that Donald Trump attracted 66% of the viewers, and Biden just over half of that. The ‘Latino vote’ can become decisive in certain states.
The main and largest polls on the overall election race have not yet been updated because it takes more time for the mathematicians. Two more major debates are planned for October, before the Americans go to the polls on November 3 or have already voted by mail.
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