BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - There's a lot of talk around town about Tuesday night's showdown between President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney. Polls show that each candidate has won one debate.
"They were both like tigers, wait a minute I'm stuck now, I don't know who to vote for," said one western New Yorkers.
Buffalo resident Tom Bennett said, "There's disappointment in the way both candidates conducted themselves."
Another resident said, "There are a lot of issues they're trying to bring up, and they're just like hooks out there trying to catch people. My issue is the economy, it ain't working."
Gary Pickens couldn't catch the debate Tuesday night because he was working, but stayed in touch through social media. Pickens said, "I just got on Facebook and that's everything the posts were about."
Most people News 4 talked with say this debate only reassured them of who they are voting for.
Pickens said, "Obama I feel is better for the nation, and for the working class American."
Another said, "I've already made up my mind who I am going to vote for. But it's interesting to watch the debates, as I'm hoping some of the undecided people will go for Romney."
While others are waiting for that last debate. One voter said, "I usually make it up on the day of the election."
The third and final presidential debate will take place on Monday.
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