Presidential debate 2012: Barack Obama, Mitt Romney square off and you react instantly

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney answers a questions as President Barack Obama listens during the first presidential debate at the University of Denver, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, in Denver. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

While you watched Wednesday night's first presidential debate, you reacted like never before. For the first time, thousands of people participated in the ABC 7/React Labs Instant Reaction and made their voices heard.

From your compatible smartphone, tablet or browser (click here for more info), users logged to After a short survey, participants clicked on candidate's picture, then weighed in with whether they agreed or disagreed with him, if you think he was dishing out spin or if he was dodging questions.

While you watched and weighed in, the chart below displayed moment-by-moment reactions from every participants!

The app runs on several major mobile devices - iPhone, Android and iPad - and on your computer in the Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers. No download is required.

Thank you for participating in ABC 7/React Labs Instant Reaction!

You also didn't even have to leave to tweet your thoughts about the debate! Use our widget below and the hashtag #Debates to join the conversation!

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