In the run-up to the US presidential elections we are asking a panel of BBC News Online users to share their views.
In the eighth instalment in the series, six members of the panel give their opinion on the second debate between US President George W Bush and his Democratic challenger, John Kerry, on Iraq and domestic issues such as health care, abortion and the economy.
We asked our panellists: What did you think of the second debate? Who do you think won this time?
Will it make undecided and swing voters more likely to vote for President Bush?
Has it changed your opinion of either of the candidates?
Between now and November, the panel will be giving us their personal opinions about key events and themes in the race.
We also want to hear what you think, so send us your comments using the form after each person's views.
The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider US public opinion.