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October 8, 2008 4:03 PM

Survey: Tuesday's debate moved undecideds to Obama

Before the debate, 389 undecided voters surveyed online by Ipsos/McClatchy favored McCain by a 55-45 margin. After the debate, those same voters said they favored Obama, 57-43 percent. Asked specifically who won, the voters said Obama, 61 to 39 percent; 62 percent said McCain was more "mean-spirited."

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