You can find the story here, but it appears Romney won the gender battle during the Denver debate:
"In every poll, we've seen a major surge among women in favorability for Romney" since his strong performance in the first debate, veteran Democratic pollster Celinda Lake says. "Women went into the debate actively disliking Romney, and they came out thinking he might understand their lives and might be able to get something done for them."
While Lake believes Obama retains an edge among women voters, the changed views of Romney could be "a precursor to movement" to the Republican candidate, she says. "It opens them up to take a second look, and that's the danger for Obama."
Female voters are a critical part of the president's coalition. Four years ago, he led Republican rival John McCain by a single point among men, according to surveys of voters as they left polling places. The decisive Democratic margin of victory came from women, who supported Obama by 13 points.
And there is an important lesson here for Mitt Romney. Don't think the Obama campaign hasn't seen this in their internal numbers. Romney already lead with men, it was the dreaded "gender gap" he had to deal with. Both candidates will be keenly aware of in tomorrow night's debate.