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Majority of Utahns Pick Cheney as Debate Winner

Majority of Utahns Pick Cheney as Debate Winner

Posted - Oct. 5, 2004 at 9:54 p.m.



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The majority of Utahns felt that Vice President Cheney was the clear winner of tonight's debate.

Who won?

  1. Cheney 55%
  2. Edwards 26%
  3. No clear winner 19% An exclusive Survey USA poll for KSL showed that 55 percent of those polled thought Cheney clearly won -- while only 26 percent said that Edwards clearly won. 19 percent said there was no clear winner. Did the debate change your vote?
  4. No 83%
  5. Yes 11% No matter who won -- the debate didn't change the votes of Utahns. 83 percent of those polled said their vote remained unchanged -- while 11 percent said that they will change their vote after watching the debate. How did your vote change?
  6. Will now vote for Kerry 57%
  7. Will now vote for Bush 42% And of those changing their vote -- most are changing it to vote for John Kerry. 57 percent of those who said that the debate changed their vote said they will now vote for Kerry -- while 42 percent said they will now vote for Bush.

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