Thursday, October 05, 2000

Bush is the online favorite




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Judging by comments to the Enquirer's online survey, Texas Gov. George W. Bush trounced Vice President Al Gore in the presidential debate Tuesday night.

        By 9 p.m. Wednesday, 2,214 people responded to a series of questions about the debate. Mr. Bush was the clear favorite, with 78 percent saying he was the winner compared to 19 percent for Mr. Gore. Three percent did not make a selection.

        Respondents also said Mr. Bush had a better command of the issues (76 percent to 23 percent) and related better to voters (80 percent to 18 percent).

        The online survey is unscientific. It is a sampling of opinion from those who choose to use the Web site to state an opinion. The Web site permits only one vote from a computer.

       



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