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In a poll with over 100,000 responses, Nick Clegg is deemed the winner of the second debate in Britain's election by a crushing 48 percent, compared with Cameron's 27 percent and Brown's 25 percent. Of course, this is a self-selected group. But the online world was critical to Obama's success, and if the youth vote actually materializes, this could be an omen for a seismic moment in British history.

PS. Paul Waugh imagines a Clegg-Cameron alliance here.

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