A group of undecided voters in Pennsylvania were brought together last night to watch the first Presidential debate and then describe how they viewed both of the candidates afterwards. Judging by what they said, Donald Trump may want to go ahead and concede the election.
The 27 undecided voters were impaneled by GOP pollster Frank Luntz for CBS News, and the vast majority of them said Donald Trump had just proven he was not the least bit presidential.
When asked how they felt about Trump bringing up Hillary Clinton’s email issues, one man commented:
“She takes responsibility for doing something wrong, whereas he just, again, continued to deny any wrongdoing.”
Another woman named Sabrina said she was deeply offended by Trump’s remarks on race:
“He was completely offensive. He lost me on the racial unity [question], and that’s where I draw the line.”
A voter named Judy was asked what advice she would give Trump after watching the debate. She replied:
By the end of the debate, many of the undecided voters said they were mad at the GOP nominee. Which sure sounds like they’ll be casting ballots for Hillary Clinton.
Watch this video of the focus group: