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Why Nobody Wins With Post-Debate Polls

Last night's debate approached "Super Bowl status" in terms of viewership. But there's one big difference between a debate and the Super Bowl -- at the end of the Super Bowl, everybody knows who won. Not so with a debate. Which means it's up to the media to pick a winner. For journalists writing op-ed pieces, this is a relatively straightforward assignment. They watch the debate and crank out a few hundred words giving their opinion on the candidates.
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