It could be more. The problem from Zero's campaign's perspective is that he's spent hundreds of millions attacking a mirage. And it's obvious as soon as Romney is on stage with Obama that's it's not accurate. And that the portrait that Romney's ads paint of Obama and the 'rats are accurate.
Dick Morris claims that in races against an incumbent politician, almost all the "undecideds" break against the incumbent. We'll see.
Good points. However, you are assuming the undecided were WATCHING the debate. Most of the people are undecided because they are not political junkies like us FReepers.
The guy that sits next to me claims to be a Republican. His wife is a democrat. She is smarter than him. He will come in spewing dem talking points. Also, he gets his news from CNN/CNN Money websites. He did not watch the debate. He said prior to the debate that it would be the last thing he would watch that night. The next day he said he watched 5 minutes of it and then changed the channel to something else. He certainly did not turn the tv off and go read a book.
My point is most of the undecided voters get their information around the water cooler and off of MSM news outlets. That is why they are undecided. They have no clue of all the information we have learned about Obama in the last four years. Most dems do not either. They have no clue about his backround. They were sold a great package and jumped on the Obama bandwagon because it was cool.
The more information about him and laws that he signed in the first two years the better chance we have to defeat him. We have a great advantage, we have the facts on our side. The problem is getting them out to the public.