During Wednesday's debate,showed his best side and knocked but not , it is effectively scored - evaluate largest television stations and news agencies. Similar impression to ordinary Americans - as evidenced by the first telephone polls.
In the first comments stressed that the candidate of the Republican Party went off much better than expected, evidence of a thorough knowledge of the issues and was well prepared for the debate.
Romney praise, including Reuters and CNN - traditionally favor Democrats. As many as 67 percent of viewers taking part in the survey, the station claimed that he won the Republican debate.
- He had a good evening. Obama looked like someone who did not want to participate in this debate - gushed over the form of Romney's former advisor to President, James Carville.
Romney does not care about the voters? The drastic change in the debate
The CBS News poll has come where undecided voters asked which candidate cares about the needs and concerns of voters. And so before the debate only 30 percent of voters answered that such a politician is Romney, the debate - as much as 63 percent of comparison, Obama's numbers were 53 and 69 percent.
Control the flow of information
The BBC writes that Romney controlled the flow of information during the debate. And Obama - according to the British correspondent stations in the U.S. Mark Mandell - looked nervous and rather gave a "mini-lectures" rather than go into a polemic. He seemed even "reluctant to discuss the real enemy."
- Mitt Romney train hard [for this fight - ed]. And it paid off - he wrote Mandell and Doda. He noted, however, that Romney, who "clearly won this debate, at least in terms of style, he can not even celebrate. If the polls do not change after this victory, then you really will be in trouble."
Romney: affordable alternative
Before compromising the chances Obama also warned the U.S. NBC News. Considered, however, that the Republican candidate was able to show that it is an affordable alternative to the incumbent president.
However, none of the politicians failed to make a breakthrough, and the other two debates may be more significant to the outcome planned for the beginning of November elections - assessed NBC News.
More aggressive, but no knockout
ABC and concluded that although no U.S. president or the Republican candidate is not asked knockout punches, Romney seemed to be stronger in the debate.
- Mitt Romney was still a little more aggressive than the president - assessed for ABC, Democratic strategist.
"Obama was not strong without teleprompter"
As noted commentator on MSNBC TV supporting Democrat Howard Fineman, the president "did not use the opportunity to correct the many dubious claims Romney". - This debate is a wake-up call for the Obama campaign - he added.
Right-wing commentators have made no secret of joy after the debate in Denver. The conservative website Drudgereport.com said teasingly: "Obama was helpless without a teleprompter."