Democrat Voters Think Debates Are Being Held Fairly
The 2020 Democratic Debates are around the corner.
Candidates and lawmakers alike have been complaining about how the DNC is handling the party's glut of White House hopefuls.
So far, rank-and-file Democratic voters are trusting the process.
That's according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.
The majority of voters aren't even familiar with complaints about the DNC's criteria for the party's presidential debates.
Only 39 percent say they have heard "a lot" or "some" about the complaining over the DNC's rules for qualifying for the debates.
61 percent haven't heard much about it.
A 54 percent majority gave the DNC positive marks.
They polled majority said the DNC is doing either a "very" or "somewhat" fair job of wrangling the two-dozen candidates running.