Men Responded Far More Positively Than Women to The Third Presidential Debate

U.S. News & Report - Erik Bucy, a professor at Texas Tech University's College of Media and Communication, says 'tough talk' on foreign policy is what made the debate a largely 'male-oriented' exchange, and one in which males favored Romney. Bucy monitored male and female responses to the candidates at the Center for Communication Research, an experimental lab in Lubbock, Texas.

Those monitoring the levels on CNN's real-time voter-sentiment chart Monday night may have noticed that for the first time during the 2012 debates, women and men had extraordinarily different responses

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Erik Bucy, a professor at Texas Tech University's College of Media and Communication, says "tough talk" on foreign policy is what made the debate a largely "male-oriented" exchange, and one in which males favored Romney. Bucy monitored male and female responses to the candidates at the Center for Communication Research, an experimental lab in Lubbock, Texas.

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