After the announcement of the topics for the first Presidential Debates 2016, different views from different researcher or specialist has gone viral in the social media as well as on the general media too.
Comparing to other previous Presidential Debate happened before, 74% people said they were likely to watch the Presidential Debates 2016 this year, and a one-fourth say, “the candidates’ performance in the upcoming Presidential Debates 2016 may have a major impact on their vote in the November election”, according to an ABC News/SSRS poll.
The Guardian says, “It is being described as the political equivalent of the Super bowl, World Cup final and Rumble in the Jungle rolled into one.”
The NY post noted that, “The 9p.m. showdown could pull in record ratings on television.”
Political consultant Susan del Percio told, ‘It could be bigger than the super Bowl. The Lat super Bowl drew 112 million viewers.”
Analysts said that, 24-hour news coverage from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and smartphones, Presidential Debates 2016 are not going to carry the same weight as decades ago.
“Generally speaking, performances between the two major candidates move only a few points, at most, in the closing three months of a campaign,” said Samuel Wang, Professor of neuroscience at Princeton University and founder of the Princeton Election Consortium, which tracks polling and Election.
Wang also indicated that something unforeseen and dramatic are going to occur, “odds of a debate making a big enough difference to change the outcome are one in 10.”
The betting site Predictlt are betting on different points on the Presidential Debates 2016,
They are currently betting on following topics, related to the Presidential Debates 2016,
- 96 cents on “there will be a debate”
- 58 cents on “it will be the most watched Debate in US history”
- 91 cents on “there won’t be a third-party candidate on-stage”
- 77 cents on Trump’s participation.
- 48 cents on using the “Crooked Hillary” term by Trump.
- 37 cents on the moderator will ask about Benghazi.
- 36 cents on moderator questions on “deplorables”
- And 21 cents on questionnaire on “Pneumonia”
Analysts also saying that because of the appearance in the Presidential Debates 2016, has made these three Presidential Debates 2016 unlike anything we have seen before. As the American Politics has not approached anything like Donald Trump, made these Presidential debates 2016 as much unpredictable.
If we consider his performance in the Republican primaries, the first Presidential Debate 2016 between Clinton and Trump, on September 26, is going to be the most intense, dramatic and problematic. Trump is also experienced in this type of Reality show.
Anyone with cable or an internet connection will be able to watch the Presidential Debates 2016, which is going to be very much influential for the voters to decide to vote for whom. As this because the Presidential Debates 2016 are an indicator of the president approach towards the many, many issues the nation is facing now, such as foreign policy, domestic issues. This will also indicate how well the candidates are going to do under immense pressure and how well they understand all other issues concerning the US image towards the whole world.
Major cable news channels, including CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, will carry live coverage of each of the Presidential Debates 2016. C-SPAN, CBS, and FOX will also broadcast the Presidential Debates 2016.
We are also going to telecast live the First Presidential Debate 2016 in our website. To watch the videos, you just need to bookmark our website to watch this without any interruption.
The commentators are also going to play a crucial role in the First Presidential Debate 2016, because of their interpretation skills.
Kim Fridkin and several co-authors at Arizona State University conducted an experiment around a 2004 debate between George W. Bush and John Kerry. They screened the debate alone for one group of people, they showed the debate plus 20 minutes of NBC commentary to another group, and they showed the debate plus commentary on CNN.com for third group.
Overall, participants who watched the debate alone, or watched it and read CNN.com commentary, were more likely to think Kerry won. But participants who watched the debate plus NBC’s analysis afterward were overwhelmingly likely to conclude Bush was the winner.
But still the political scientists are worried about the Presidential Debates 2016. Andrew Prokop said that, “The evidence isn’t entirely conclusive, but in my read of it, debates have the potential to make a small but real impact on the race. Polls have often shifted by a few percentage points during debate season, and in a close race, that could really matter. . .
However, John, another Political Scientists think that Presidential Debates 2016, which are also people indicating as game-changing debate moments, have a relatively minor impact on the Presidential race. Though small changes occur in recent decades, there was not a big change at all.
Though nothing can be sure about these Presidential Debates 2016, as this because of the unpredictable appearances of Donald Trump, which also results in sudden changes in the presidential polls 2016.