as you can see in this just released story (I saw no link to complete poll — do not know if horserace numbers will be available later or not).
Trump’s unfavorables rose 5% from pre-date to 64%.
Their weak favorability ratings aside, 53 percent of adults say Clinton won the debate, while just 18 percent say Trump won, with the rest either calling it a draw or expressing no opinion.
There's been just one more-lopsided result on a presidential debate performance in ABC or ABC/Post polls back to 1976: Mitt Romney was seen as having beaten Barack Obama in their first debate in 2012 by 69-18 percent among registered voters. Obama's comeback in subsequent debates that year may hold out hope for Trump.
Some specific details
who got facts right — Clinton 54%, Trump 29%
who lied more — Clinton 21%, Trump 32%
The view that Clinton won extends across demographic groups other than Republicans; the only difference is the degree. Even among Republicans, fewer than half, 45 percent, say Trump won, while 83 percent of Democrats pick Clinton. Independents go 50-14 percent in Clinton's favor. And even conservatives see Clinton as the winner, if by a comparatively narrow 40-27 percent.
some breakouts on who won, Clinton #s first:
A split by education among whites:
non-college educated 35-29 (remember, this is Trump’s strongest demographic)
college educated 58-21
There is some more detail in the article.
An observation — this poll was taken Sept 28-30, meaning respondents had plenty of time to absorb Trump’s claims that he won the debate
Partisan divisions are 33-24-38 percent, Democrats-Republicans-independents, in the full sample, and 35-27-24 percent among registered voters.
If there is a more complete release of the poll later today, and no one else blogs it, I will make another post then.