Wait, this debate centered around foreign policy? I thought this was McCain's strong suite? If McCain couldn't win over independent voters in this debate, maybe he has a lot to worry about. Unlike Faux New's 'phone in redneck poll,' this poll is actually based on scientific sampling. http://www.cbsnews.com/blogs/2008/09/26/politics/horserace/entry4482028.shtml September 26, 2008, 11:02 PM Poll Results Suggest More Uncommitted Voters Saw Obama As Debate Winner UPDATED WITH FINAL NUMBERS News and Knowledge Networks conducted a nationally representative poll of approximately 500 uncommitted voters reacting to the debate in the minutes after it happened. Thirty-nine percent of uncommitted voters who watched the debate tonight thought Barack Obama was the winner. Twenty-four percent thought John McCain won. Thirty-seven percent saw it as a draw. Forty-six percent of uncommitted voters said their opinion of Obama got better tonight. Thirty-two percent said their opinion of McCain got better. Sixty-six percent of uncommitted voters think Obama would make the right decisions about the economy. Forty-two percent think McCain would. Forty-eight percent of these voters think Obama would make the right decisions about Iraq. Fifty-six percent think McCain would. We will have a full report on the poll later on. Uncommitted voters are those who don't yet know who they will vote for, or who have chosen a candidate but may still change their minds. The margin of sampling error could be plus or minus 4 percentage points for results based on the entire sample.