Perceptions

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About this time last year, the Guardian (UK), ran a very unscientific poll of the perceptions of its readers of the net results of the McCain-Obama debates.

How the Brits Saw the McCain-Obama Debates
How the Brits Saw the McCain-Obama Debates

As unscientific as this poll may be, it is impossible to dispute the prevalent choice in the UK. Though it would have been nice if the American perception mirrored this British perception, we can be thankful that such a lopsided perception was not necessary for Obama’s victory.

It’s the sort of victory that makes one believe.

Almost.

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