The TV duel in the USA may have backfired for both participants.
A survey suggests who was less of the loser.
A quick poll provided an initial picture of the mood after the
TV duel in the USA
The appearance of the candidates for the US election 2020 caused negative feelings among voters.
None of the candidates could win a clear majority for themselves
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Update of 30 September, 22:29
Update of 30 September, 22:29
: Regardless of the picture, the first
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, US President has
* after the
with his challenger
of the first debate before the
US election 2020
the debate last night by any yardstick
" said the
on Wednesday in the garden of the
Looking at Biden - who is running for the Democrats on November 3rd - Trump said, “I think he was very weak.
He looked weak, he whined. "Trump said he would also deny the next two TV debates against Biden.
If his challenger does not want to participate, that is his decision.
Trump said he saw
polls that saw him as the winner of the debate.
It was unclear which surveys he was referring to.
- which are considered
without a scientific basis
- Trump was ahead.
In lightning polls by the broadcasters
, however, a majority considered Biden to be more successful in the debate than Trump.
Is he ahead in the first survey or not?
US President Donald Trump is certain: yes.
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US election 2020: polls show drastic reaction to TV duel - devastating rating
from September 30th:
Cleveland - The first TV duel in the USA may have backfired for both candidates.
A first lightning poll among TV viewers in the US suggests this.
Many Americans that the major
pursued watching TV, shared a very special feeling for the most part: Exhausting it was probably how the
But not only that, the reactions were even more drastic.
TV duel in the US triggers rejection from voters
The CBS lightning poll wanted to know what overwhelming
the respondents had when watching the TV duel.
More than two thirds (69 percent) said
they were “upset” by it
This number suggests that supporters of Trump and Biden could at least agree on this point - even if there are
few points of rapprochement between the political camps
2020 US election
Only 31 percent felt entertained by the debate.
The quick poll had other possible answers: 19 percent of those questioned were "pessimistic" and 17 percent said the debate was informative for them.
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US election 2020: level of debate does not remain hidden from viewers
No wonder, as the TV duel was characterized by numerous personal attacks and a very harsh tone.
brought drug allegations against
Joe Biden's son
in turn, called Trump a "
Biden was manipulated by the “radical left”, Trump was a “clown”.
The moderator had to intervene repeatedly.
The level fell to a low point several times and
had a clear opinion on it.
The tone of the
, in which the Republican incumbent Trump repeatedly interrupted his challenger, was felt by 83 percent of those surveyed as negative, only 17 percent as positive.
Even before the TV duel in the US, CBS announced that hardly anyone
would turn on
to find their favorite before the 2020 US election.
Six percent is the proportion of potential viewers who are still undecided.
For Trump and Biden, this seemingly small number is still very relevant.
The slightest shift in voter favor can
lead to a different election winner
Who won the first TV duel for the 2020 US election?
So who is the
The sober answer is probably: neither of the two presidential candidates.
There is a majority for the Democratic challenger Joe Bilden, but he could not even win half of the audience in the first poll.
When asked who won the debate, 48 percent named Biden and 41 percent named Trump.
For around and ten percent, there was no winner, but a draw.
(rm / dpa)
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