Yesterday, Jimmy Kimmel had his crew interview decided and undecided voters alike on the streets of Los Angeles to get an idea of who they thought won last night's presidential debate. The only catch is, these interviews took place before Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama took the stage. Check out the video below to see how full of it some people are.
We are only a few weeks away from Election Day and at this point, most voters know what they're getting and have already made up their minds when it comes to President Barack Obama or Republican Candidate Mitt Romney. But, there is still about ten percent of the electorate that is willing to move.
With three weeks to go until Election Day, a Quinnipiac University poll released today showed an eight-point lead for President Barack Obama over Republican challenger Mitt Romney among likely New Jersey voters.
Mocking his Republican rival, President Barack Obama says Mitt Romney once described himself as "severely conservative." But these days, Obama says Romney is trying to convince voters he was, in Obama's words, "severely kidding."
A new Monmouth University Poll shows likely voters in this year’s national presidential race shows Mitt Romney with a nominal, but statistically insignificant, one point lead over Barack Obama. As a result of the first presidential debate, more U.S. voters feel they now have a better sense of the GOP challenger’s plans for the country and give him the edge on key issues.
President Barack Obama says Mitt Romney's recent remark about not having abortion on his agenda is an attempt "to cloud" his rival's position on the issue. Obama says he had a "bad night" in last week's debate with Romney but says the fundamentals of the election did not change.
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