It is way too early to tell.
Polls right now don't say much,but they can give some information...in many polls Obama leads,but not in every poll.
And in the end a poll is a poll.
I tend to like Rasmussen polls:
So yeah, Romney leads over Obama and Obama leads over RomneyRasmussen Reports compiles tracking data on a full week basis to get a larger sample for demographic analysis and to observe long-term trends. For the week ending April 8, Romney led by six points among men, while Obama led by six points among women. That 12 point gender gap is identical to the gap in 2008. Exit polls showed Obama defeating McCain by 13 points among women and one point among men
Wait, a Fox News poll showed that?!!! I am shocked....
"Before Barack Obama became president, the national debt was $10.6 trillion dollars. Another fivetrillion dollars has been added since Obama took office – or nearly a third of the country’s fifteen
trillion dollar debt. If John McCain had been elected instead of Obama, do you think the national debt
would be higher today, lower today or about the same?"
What they heck kind of question is that? That would get you flunked in any stats class ever.
All irrelevant until we see the men spar on stage on live television.