Business

Who won the GOP debate: ex corporate czarina wins, Carly Fiorina vs Donald Trump for President 2016

Who won the GOP debate: ex corporate czarina wins, Carly Fiorina vs Donald Trump for President 2016

Who won the GOP debate: ex corporate czarina wins, Carly Fiorina vs Donald Trump for President 2016

Now it has been confirmed that Carly Fiorina won the second GOP debate. The woman whom Donald Trump taunted saying her face cannot be expected to be that of an American president has hammered him in a debate that many thought will go in favor of the real estate czar.

At this early stage it is unwise to predict as to who will bag the Republican nomination for US Presidential elections 2015, nonetheless her excellent performance has left it an open-ended question.

The second US Republican Presidential candidates’ debate that was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California four days ago was expected to be an out and out Donald Trump show. But Carly Fiorina not just succeeded in managing to make a mark on the occasion, she went on to actually win the debate.

A latest poll suggests that as many as one third of Republican voters say that Carly Fiorina did better than any other presidential hopeful September 16 debate on CNN. This seems to be a wakeup call for Donald Trump fans who have been behaving as if their candidate has already got the Republican nomination. carly fiorina

The NBC News online survey conducted by SurveyMonkey shows that a woman may be heading to get the Republican nomination and may face another woman in the form of Hillary Clinton.

A report while talking about Carly Finoria performance in Wednesday’s debate says, “When the candidates’ negative performance percentages are subtracted from their positive percentages, Fiorina emerges the clear winner, with a positive 34, whereas Trump nets a positive 2 among Republican voters who watched or followed the debate coverage. Marco Rubio and Ben Carson also received positive reviews from Republican voters who followed the debate, with net scores of 8 and 5. Rand Paul fared poorly, scoring a negative 13”.

More in Business