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Majority of Utahns Say Bush Won Debate

Majority of Utahns Say Bush Won Debate

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(KSL News) In an exclusive poll for Eyewitness News, Survey USA asked Utahns who won tonight's debate.

Of the adults who say they watched the entire debate, 53-percent say President Bush clearly won. 29-percent say Senator Kerry clearly won. 18-percent say there was no clear winner.

73-percent say tonight's debate won't change how they'll vote in November. 22-percent say it will change how they vote.

After watching tonight's debate, 43-percent of those polled say they'll vote for President Bush. 53-percent say they'll vote for Mr. Kerry.

Survey USA only polled 90 people tonight, so the margin of error is high -- just over 10-percent.

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