| International News | Sunday October 14 2012 9:27
While the pundits gave the first presidential debate to Mitt Romney, the pollsters aren't seeing much impact at all.
In Arizona, which is traditionally Republican territory, Barack Obama has inched ahead.
CNN's Shannon Travis has been looking at the numbers.
"President Obama with a two point lead over Mitt Romney. That's interesting A. Because Arizona is a red state and B. This poll was taken after the first presidential debate. It shows the president with momentum in Arizona, which again defies the momentum we've been seeing for Romney in other polls."
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