At least Obama showed up tonight. Of course, he had to, given his prior performance.
Romney didn't do as well this time as he did last time, but then again when you blow someone away it's nigh impossible to do as well the next time. Obama was much more in his element than he was last time.
Romney whiffed on the Benghazi issue. Crowley, of course, took a bullet for the president in that exchange, but Romney still didn't do as well as he should have.
By and large, the questions were pathetic.
On style it was fairly even, I might even give the president a slight edge. On substance I thought both of them were pretty bad, perhaps giving a slight edge to Romney. Obama kept talking about what he'd do if he wins the election, as if he hadn't already been president for almost 4 years.
A wash. I'm sure the commentariat will give it to the president, but it certainly wasn't anywhere close to the lopsided event from two weeks ago.