63 Million People Saw Mitt Romney Take Obama to the Politcal Wood Shed During the 1st Presidential Debate in Denver, CO
The age old adage has never been more true than what occurred the other night during the first Presidential debate in Denver, CO dubbed the “Duel in Denver” … you do not get a second chance to make a first impression.
More than 63 million viewers watched GOP Presidential challenger Mitt Romney politically alienate Barack Obama during the debate. What many have called one of the best and worst debate performances ever, Romney easily won the debate at the night’s end, not on points, but by a knock out as seen by two post debate polls, HERE and HERE and more importantly, by the reaction of the LEFT. More people saw this debate between Romney and Obama than tuned in for the 2008 Presidential debate. For an electorate that many had deemed as uninterested, it would appear that many were engaged and saw Obama come across as not engaged and struggling to defend his failed polices or make any lucid comments.
More than 58 million people watched the first Presidential debate last night between President Obama and Mitt Romney, up substantially from the first debate in the 2008 election cycle, which had 52.4 million viewers.
Fox News was the most-watched cable news network during the debate, and will likely be the most-watched network on TV, though final broadcast numbers will not be released until after 4 PM.
What was the end result of the victory by Mitt Romney … all the Obama attacks ads against Romney mean nothing. Romney displayed himself as a warm, classy, intelligent, reasonable candidate and man. But most importantly Romney came across as completely … Presidential!