Fetterman, Oz debate - The Philadelphia Sunday Sun

Oct 26, 2022 View Original Article
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    76% Extremely Conservative

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    86% Extremely Conservative

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    -14% Negative

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43% : But rather than watch the full hour as the candidates debated abortion, inflation and crime, many Pennsylvanians may only see clips of the event on social media.
43% :Democratic strategist Paul Begala pointed to Oz's statement as helping to highlight the party's key issue this midterm season: abortion.
41% : Abortion was a major dividing line during the debate.
41% :Fetterman delivered a blunt message to women: "If you believe that the choice for abortion belongs with you and your doctor, that's what I fight for."
41% : He also stumbled before finishing a key attack line: "We need to make sure that Dr. Oz and Republicans believe in cutting Medicare and Social Security ..."
39% : Democrats seized on a comment Oz made about abortion that seemed to suggest that the decision should be left to women, doctors and local politicians.
36% : "Debates are more often lost than won, and Mehmet Oz lost this one with his line that abortion should be a decision between 'a woman, her doctor and local elected officials,'" Begala tweeted.
21% : When pressed Tuesday night, he suggested he opposes South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham's bill to impose a nationwide ban on abortion after 15 weeks because it would allow the federal government to dictate the law to states.

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