The Survey Says:

The press is all Journolisting the Obama “victory” in last night’s debate (as Rich pointed out). The voters, however, have a very different take on the matter:

The press, of course, called it for Obama.

The polls say different. From the excellent Ace of Spades blog:  (Have you bookmarked that one?  You should.)

CBS Poll: Romney Wins 65-34 on Economy; CNN Poll: Romney Wins 54-40 on Economy, 49-46 on Health Care, 51-44 on Taxes, 59-36 on Deficit, 49-46 on Leadership, All in Favor of Romney.

Rob Long then also notes the same focus group information I linked this morning.

I suspect that the debate was not as much of an Obama win as they press would have you believe. But it probably did even more damage to the media.

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3 Responses to The Survey Says:

  1. Rich Horton says:

    Yeah, it would be one thing if they all pointed out Obama wasn’t the unmitigated Don Knottsian pile of ineptitude he was in Denver. Its another to make triumphal pronouncements in the face of actual voter reaction, and to do so with remarkable, shall we say solidarity?

  2. Gaius says:

    The funny thing is, they think only a few people notice. They don’t correlate their dropping revenue with the leftist lean.

  3. Al says:

    Funny how, during the exchange about Libya and Zero’s rose garden speech when Zero said “get the transcript” Crowley had it right in her hand.

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