Mitt Romney wasn't straightforward in his answers during Monday's Republican presidential debate, according to the Twitterverse. Users on the social networking site who were watching the debate were asked to participate in real time by tweeting #dodge or #answer plus the candidate's name as each one answered questions.
The data was illustrated in a graph and it looks like Romney was largely seen as dodging questions from the moderators. His worst moment was when he was challenged to publicly disclose his tax returns.
In direct contrast is Newt Gingrich, who is averaging at second place in polls running into the South Carolina primary. His answers were generally perceived to be straightforward, with his best moment being when he explained why he refers to President Barack Obama as the "food stamp president."