… In a bipartisan focus group conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Momentum Analysis and sponsored by Walmart, a group of undecided female voters were asked to vote for who they thought won the second presidential debate. Five women in the group said Obama, three said Mitt Romney, and two said they thought it was tie. …
The words associated with Obama’s performance were a mix of positive and negative — they ranged from unprepared and stumbling, to specific, impressive and prepared.
The same was true for Romney, as far as the mixed feelings. Some women said they saw him as confident, others described him as arrogant and superior. There was a tepid agreement that Obama seemed more genuine than Romney. [cont.]
Elizabeth Hartfield, ABC News