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The video, which is under three minutes long, looks at the key issues of Libya, Iran, unemployment, taxes and abortion covered in the debate.
You could almost be equally entertained with the volume off. Facial expressions & body language are fascinating.
Vice-presidential candidates Joe Biden and Paul Ryan clashed over the US economy and taxes during their debate.
Mr Biden took the opportunity to address Mitt Romney's recent controversial comments that the 47% of Americans who pay no federal income tax should take responsibility for themselves.
Mr Ryan strongly defended Mr Romney's record and said:
"He is a good man, he cares about 100% of American's in this country and with respect to that quote I think the Vice President very well knows that sometimes the right words don't come out of your mouth the right way.
After Joe Biden and Paul Ryan's vice-presidential debate, some US broadcasters have revealed their head-to-head snap poll results.
- CBS News: Biden: 50%, Ryan: 31%, Tie: 19%.
- CNBC News: Paul Ryan: 56%, Joe Biden: 36%, Neither: 8%.
- CNN: Ryan 48%, Biden 44%.
US Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan have gone head to head in a debate.
It was a wide-ranging debate covering foreign policy and domestic issues. Topics included Iraq, Iran, unemployment and the economy, and abortion.
Here is some reaction after the debate ended.
Latest ITV News reports
Some 28 million people watched last night's vice presidential debates, but much more important is next week's second Obama v Romney bout.
Independent polls following the debate showed that both men did well. With no overall winner both move on to campaign another day.