Nearly 1 in 4 Americans Say Presidential Debates Could Sway Their Vote

Together with our partners at SSRS we asked an online opinion panel to weigh in on the impact of the upcoming presidential debates.
0:58 | 09/11/16

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We have a big debate coming up who knows what's gonna happen that I I don't imagine any view that we watching the today. Donald Trump is eight self proclaimed. Great debater who won every one of the Republican debates. On so I take nothing for granted. The first big presidential debate just two weeks from tomorrow in our partners at NASA's RS found this week that 74% of Americans. Are likely to watch that first faceoff but even more. Voters 77%. Said the debate performances we'll have little or no impact on how they vote. Here's a number that may matter amongst those 23% who say that how the candidates do we'll have a major impact on their vote. With the audience expect to be the largest in history that key group could swing a close race. And of all the issues out there viewers want to hear the most about economy and immigration. Will be right back with our roundtable and.

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