Tight Race: Have the Debates Made a Difference?

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With just two weeks remaining in the 2012 presidential race, the latest trends show GOP nominee Mitt Romney leading among men by about 10 points and President Obama leading among women by about eight points.

It all points to an extremely close election with just a small number of undecided voters left. That means the winning campaign will be the one that can best mobilize and turn out their base of core supporters.

Pollster Scott Rasmussen is president of Rasmussen Reports, a group that accurately predicted the 2008 presidential race.

He offered his views on last night's debate, the most important swing states and what factors could ultimately decide the race, on "The 700 Club," Oct. 23.

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