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Polls Give President Obama Win In Final Debate
Written by Andrew Forgotch
Last updated on October 24, 2012 @ 9:35AM
Created on October 23, 2012 @ 7:04PM
 
Monday night President Obama and Mitt Romney faced off in their third presidential debate.
 
It was the last chance for them to make an impression on you before you head to the polls in two weeks.

According to some experts President Obama won, but Mitt Romney didn't lose their final debate.
 
The questions on Monday night focused on foreign policy.
 
Typically it's easier for an incumbent to answer those questions, and a lot of polls showed it. That's because a majority of them gave the win to President Obama.
 
Tuesday folks in our area told 5 News that Obama looked confident, and even agressive at times.
 
In a move that caught a lot of folks off guard, Romney agreed with the president a lot on Monday night.
 
Political experts said that's sometimes used as a strategy when a race is as close as this one is.
 
Apparently Romney believes his plans to fix the ecnony are a lot better than President Obama's. That's why he appeared to agree with him most of the time on Monday night.
 
"The extent he was agreeing with the president it might have been to take foreign policy out of the dicussion," Chair of the Political Science Department at WVU, Scott Crichlow said. 
 
 

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