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Time now for the good he's talking in this morning we're hearing from you let the voters frank -- speaking with a focus group of undecided.
Colorado voters say here's what they had to say.
About last night's debate.
In a suburb that has voted more accurately than almost any in the country in the presidential race since 1940.
Let's do a show of hands how many of you thought Barack Obama was the winner tonight.
And I maybe thought Mitt Romney.
Thirteen of these warning for people voted for a -- in 2008 only ten voted for McCain that's a big deal.
Why did John McCain do so I might have Mitt Romney -- -- well you know the united K I just dead respected his his ability just to speak.
To the issues that he was -- I thought he was on point looked like usual for.
As very impressed captain I -- great saying -- decisive.
Jordan finally hit some passion that he's been dry up to this point and he talked about leadership and bipartisanship.
We need that now notice that you telling me all the attributes and not the substance not the issues.
What's -- how he performs.
Rather than where he stood he was literally talk about social issues we understand his business background and how well he's done.
But we haven't heard anything substantial tonight that's what changed my mind.
Is that I heard what I needed to hear from him see you now -- -- the support absolutely and you weren't coming in here know.
How many of you had not made up your minds before you came in here raise your hands.
Everyone in this room how many he made up your minds because at tonight's debate -- You wanted to yeah that's a lot of you by the way that's significant.
Very interesting and later in the show we will hear more from this group of undecided voters.
And see what the what moment from the debate was that resonated with them the -- Heather thank.
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