Before even presidential elections were held in the year 2008, a group of people suggested considering the candidate’s outlook on a few major issues regarding science and hence, the Science debate was formed. However, the organization failed to prove its worth during that year and also this year.
However, the previous candidates gave answers regarding several questions related to science policy and even this year, these answers have been published, which emphasize on the restrictions of the format followed.
Making use of general platitudes, both the candidates are allowed to spend time with them. However, this has nothing to do with the answers of the questions. However, there’s a difference between the ways of response. Obama mentions about noteworthy accomplishments of past and also discuss about the goals to be achieved in the coming time.
However, he never mentions about Romney. And what his opponent comments are like an attack to his comments.
However, there is one thing common amongst the views of both, the R&D tax credit, which both want should be permanent. Apart from this aspect, there is nothing common.
Majority of the questions put forth the candidates concerned the policy. However, two of them were related to scientific issues, one about vaccines and the other regarding climate change.
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