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Agschmid

(28,749 posts)
Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:49 PM Nov 2015

**** OFFICIAL POST DEBATE POLL - WHO GAINED THE MOST FROM TONIGHT ****

This isn't a "who won" poll this is a who will get the biggest bump from this?

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O'Malley
7 (21%)
Sanders
21 (62%)
Clinton
6 (18%)
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**** OFFICIAL POST DEBATE POLL - WHO GAINED THE MOST FROM TONIGHT **** (Original Post) Agschmid Nov 2015 OP
Self kick... Agschmid Nov 2015 #1
Arrgh. No horse race, please. That's what the damn MSM does. nt valerief Nov 2015 #2
It's not really a who won, it's most of a who will gain from this. Agschmid Nov 2015 #5
I'll give it a kick. NRaleighLiberal Nov 2015 #3
O'Malley, because he really didn't have anywhere to go but up. winter is coming Nov 2015 #4
I agree with that being a bad response. Agschmid Nov 2015 #7
i picked bernie restorefreedom Nov 2015 #6
I think "who won" and "who gains the most" is interchangeable. Renew Deal Nov 2015 #8
Yes on some level. Agschmid Nov 2015 #9
O'Malley n/t tammywammy Nov 2015 #10
O'malley gained the most. Hillary lost unless you already supported her and love koolaid.. Bread and Circus Nov 2015 #11
I still support Hillary but O'Malley walked away in a better position overall IMO. Agschmid Nov 2015 #12
I think O'Malley took this one home. Scootaloo Nov 2015 #13
1 of 3 MSNBC talking heads agrees Agschmid Nov 2015 #15
Sanders did the best IMO but O'Malley was strong mvd Nov 2015 #14
Maybe O'Malley won Onlooker Nov 2015 #16
Yes as long as it's one of these three, we do win. Agschmid Nov 2015 #17
I thought they all did well. Blue_In_AK Nov 2015 #18
That's fair. Agschmid Nov 2015 #19
Well, as I said elsewhere, Blue_In_AK Nov 2015 #21
Hillary defending Wall Street using 9/11 did some damage to her LSK Nov 2015 #20
kick bettyellen Nov 2015 #22

Agschmid

(28,749 posts)
5. It's not really a who won, it's most of a who will gain from this.
Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:55 PM
Nov 2015

But I understand your frustration.

winter is coming

(11,785 posts)
4. O'Malley, because he really didn't have anywhere to go but up.
Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:54 PM
Nov 2015

Hillary lost the most. The 9/11 thing's gonna haunt her.

Agschmid

(28,749 posts)
9. Yes on some level.
Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:56 PM
Nov 2015

I just wanted people to not just vote for who they support.

Hard to get that I guess.

Bread and Circus

(9,454 posts)
11. O'malley gained the most. Hillary lost unless you already supported her and love koolaid..
Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:58 PM
Nov 2015
Benies did awesome and got the most applause lines.

mvd

(65,190 posts)
14. Sanders did the best IMO but O'Malley was strong
Sun Nov 15, 2015, 12:03 AM
Nov 2015

Hillary technically did ok but not nearly as well as last time. I thought Bernie and O'Malley made her look weak on some progressive issues.

I do give Hillary credit for not pandering after the awful tragedy in Paris.

 

Onlooker

(5,636 posts)
16. Maybe O'Malley won
Sun Nov 15, 2015, 12:07 AM
Nov 2015

I like Sanders with Hillary as a fairly close second, but now I can see that I would not be disappointed if O'Malley won the nomination either. They are all good candidates: Sanders because he's so principled, Hillary because she's so politically savvy, and O'Malley because he apparently has a really good record. I guess America wins.

Blue_In_AK

(46,436 posts)
21. Well, as I said elsewhere,
Sun Nov 15, 2015, 12:15 AM
Nov 2015

each of us looks at these debates through the lens of our own predisposition, so, of course, I say Bernie did best , but I really do think they all did well.

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