According to recent figures revealed by US, it can be well concluded that President Barack Obama can definitely overshadow his rival Mitt Romney when it comes to television views but the truth in actual is that he cannot conceal his old self.
The Nielsen Company highlighted that as many as 35.7 million viewed the concluding night of Democratic convention, where the honorary Mr. President presented his nomination acceptance speech.
In comparison, when Mitt Romney delivered a speech last week at the Republican convention, there were as estimated 30.3 million people who watched it.
However, if turned back and considered the statistics four years ago, Barack Obama delivered a speech as a nominee and more than 40 million people viewed it.
While on the other hand, Friday, President Obama was sarcastically assaulted by Mr. Romney over declining job opportunities and unemployment. Obama is trying hard and asking voters to support him and provide him with a second chance.
Romney seizing upon the data regarding the jobs used it to criticize the way Obama handled the economy. He further suggested that figures relate to a poor performance and efforts put in by Mr. Obama.
He said, "Obama just doesn't know what it takes to get America strong again. And I do. And I'm going to bring it back".
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