CNN Post VP Debate Poll … Paul Ryan Wins 48% to 44% over Biden
So who won the Vice Presidential debate … Paul Ryan 48% – Joe Biden 44%.
With no all due respect to CNN, we won’t call it a draw because if Biden had won your post debate poll, neither would you have. A majority of those polled both said that both candidates did better than they expected; however, by a 50%-41% margin, debate watchers say that Ryan rather than Biden better expressed himself. Maybe that is because Biden spent most of the debate attacking Ryan and interrupting him when Biden was not smirking and laughing. This is also why the Obama-Biden plan back-fired and Ryan won the likability vote over Biden 53% to 43%.
Forty-eight percent of voters who watched the vice presidential debate think that Rep. Paul Ryan won the showdown, according to a CNN/ORC International nationwide poll conducted right after Thursday night’s faceoff. Forty-four percent say that Vice President Joe Biden was victorious. The Republican running mate’s four point advantage among a debate audience that was more Republican than the country as a whole is within the survey’s sampling error.
Posted October 11, 2012 by Scared Monkeys
2012 Elections, CNN Opinion Research, Debates, Joseph Biden, Mitt Romney - Paul Ryan 2012, Paul Ryan (R-WI), Polls, Presidential Election | 3 comments
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NBC just got a poll out that has Ryan trouncing Biden 56-32 – Biden was totally unhinged!
Paul Ryan was all class while VP Joe Biden was all over the place. Paul Ryan proved that the Romney/Ryan administration will be a far more effective and far more inspirational leader than Barack Obama & Joe Biden has ever been or ever will be.
He made Joe Biden look like the empty suit he really is. Ryan had a command of the facts and he used them to give the incumbent narcissist the consummate knockout that he has had coming to him for years.
Paul Ryan knows that the growth of small businesses and development of our energy resources is a key to our economic recovery. The congressman could not have made that case better, and the two of them are in exactly the same place on both those important issues.
I predict that within a year after Romney/Ryan swearing-in, we will see an improvement in the economy and increasing every year thereafter.
According to the CBS poll, Biden delivered a decisive victory, with 50 percent of respondents electing him as the winner and 31 choosing Ryan.
PS the GDP drops an average of 1.6% when an incumbent president is defeated, which would take us from slow growth to no growth if Romney is elected.
SM: Public enemy … a poll of 40 people in a focus group is not a poll. I had a group of 40 people watching the debate and 30 of them said that Ryan won the debate. 5 said it was a tie and 5 said Biden won. So I guess that Biden won by 75%