Third Presidential Debate Polls: Winner of the Presidential Debate Tonight, Romney and Obama Too Close to Call
Oct 22, 2012 08:35 PM EDT | By Juan Fernandez
The presidential debate polls before the third presidential debate tonight are mixed, with several indicating Romney leading by a slight margin over President Obama, while others showing the President leading. [Question: Who is the winner of tonight's debate? Take the poll below.]
A Gallup poll shows Romney at 51% compared to Obama's 45% among likely voters.
A Politico/George Washington University poll shows 49% for Romney while 47% for Obama. This is a 1% increase for Romney from last week.
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A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows Obama and Romney tied at 47% among likely voters. The president however leads by 5 points among registered voters.
Fox News did a poll in several swing states. In Ohio, Obama leads by 3 percent.
Quinnipiac University and CBS News have Obama leading by 5 percent.
According to Rasmussen Reports, polls show Romney at 49% and Obama at 47%.
Located at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, and moderated by Bob Schieffer of CBS' Face the Nation, tonight's debate will focus this time solely on foreign policy. Some of the big foreign policy items have been on the murder of four Americans at the embassy in Libya, China relations, and military spending.
For undecided voters, it's expected that tonight's debate will have little effect. Both candidates share similar views on high-profile foreign issues.
Wrigley Pulls Caffeinated Gum off Market, FDA Express Concerns Relating to Children Consuming the Gum
Wrigley pulls caffeinated gum from shelves temporarily as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigates the safety of added caffeine, particularly its potential effects on children and young adults.
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Beginning next month, Wrigley gum is going to begin selling caffeinated gum. The company is well known for selling mints, gum, lollipops, hard and chewy candies. A couple of world known Wrigley brands include: Orbit, Doublemint, Skittles, Starburst and Altoids.