Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are back in their corners after round two of the presidential debates. Sunday night Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met in the second of two debates. Following the first debate, which set ratings records, Clinton rose in the polls. This latest debate was a town-hall format and half of the questions came from undecided voters in the audience. The goal for that setting was to connect with voters on a personal level, which could be a tall order for two polarizing figures. Did they manage to do that? Our panel of experts is here with morning-after analysis as we enter the final four weeks of the 2016 election.
Dr. Eric Heberlig, professor of political science, UNC Charlotte
Dr. Susan Roberts, professor of political science, Davidson College
Dr. Adolphus Belk, professor of political science, Winthrop University