Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden is the clear winner in the final presidential debate against Donald Trump held on Thursday as per the new Politico/Morning Consult flash poll. The poll released on Friday shows that fifty-four percent of the debate viewers believed that Biden won the contest, and only 39 percent believe it for President Donald Trump. Eight percent of the remaining said they were not sure or didn't have an opinion. Although most national polls showed that voters have already decided on whom they would be voting for in this year's election, approximately two-thirds of voters watched the final presidential debate held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
After the chaotic first presidential debate, the Commission on Presidential Debates' announced to mute each candidate's microphone when the other was speaking. This move appeared to hold the viewers for a longer time compared to the first debate. Nearly 70 percent of those who watched the final debate confirmed that they enjoyed the viewing experience, while 23 percent said they didn't. A whopping 65 percent of the viewers said both the candidates were respectful of each other's time, which is a five fold increase from 10 percent for the first debate. Six in ten viewers said that Trump was more interruptive throughout the debate. NBC News' Kristen Welker, who was the moderator for the final debate, also received applause from the viewers for her performance. Seven Three percent of the viewers said she did a good or excellent job moderating Trump and Biden's debate.
Despite Trump and his campaign termed Welker as a radical Democrat, more than 60 percent of the viewers said that Welker wasn't favoring any candidate. More than half percent of the viewers who watched the debate strongly or somewhat disagreed that President Trump is a good debater. The Politico/Morning Consult poll was held on October 23rd, just a day after the final presidential debate. The poll surveyed 1848 registered voters across the nation, and 1163 confirmed that they watched the final debate. The error margin for the survey is plus or minus two percentage points.
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