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Iranian presidential debates

June 19th, 2009, 2:48pm by Sam Wang

On June 2-8, one-on-one debates were held between pairs of major candidates. As I posted earlier, these could have shifted opinion. One reader writes:

People watched all of the debates very carefully and the result was actually very bad for AhmadiNejad…[I] am saying that as an Iranian based on what I saw and heard from people during and after the debates. Rezaei did very well in the debates and got popularity (if not votes) specially for his debate with AhmadiNejad.

I wonder if undecideds felt this way.

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