In the second round of debates, as in the first, the Americans interviewed by the media awarded the victory to the Democratic candidate.
In the final round of the televised debate of the US presidential candidates, which took place on Thursday, October 22, Joseph Biden won. This is evidenced by the results of a poll conducted by CNN television.
According to her, 53% of respondents believe that Biden emerged victorious from the verbal duel with Trump. The opinion that the head of the White House won the victory is held by 39% of voters.
The overwhelming majority of survey participants (73%) agreed that the US president deserved the criticism that a democrat subjected him to. Only half of the respondents (50%) felt that Trump had enough reason to retaliate against his opponent. At the same time, when asked which of the two candidates' performance raises more questions in light of a possible presidency, the majority of respondents (55%) named the current American leader. Doubts about Biden's future political course following the debates were expressed by 41% of respondents.
In the answers to the questions of the presenter concerning foreign policy, the candidates, according to the survey participants, sounded almost equally convincing вЂ” 50% for Biden versus 48% for Trump. At the same time, the current president managed to snatch victory (56% from Trump versus 44% from Biden) in a discussion on economic topics. However, on other topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, issues of racial justice, voters found the Democrat's speech more convincing.
As you know, the televised debate in Nashville was the last before the general election on November 3, which will elect the president and vice president, all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the Senate of Congress, governors of 13 states and territories.
Recall that the first round of Trump's election debate with Biden took place on September 29 in Cleveland, Ohio. According to a poll released by the media, Biden performed better than the current president in the first debate. However, Trump believes he won.