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New Poll: Voters Think Biden Won Debate

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New Poll: Voters Think Biden Won Debate

New Poll: Voters Think Biden Won Debate

Politico reports that Joe Biden won the December 2019 Democratic debate.

A poll conducted by Morning Consult and POLITICO found 23 percent thought Biden performed best in the debate.

Sen.

Bernie Sanders came in second at 16 percent.

This is the first time viewers chose Biden as the best debate performer.

The poll shows that Sen.

Elizabeth Warren is in more trouble than previously thought.

She was once a top contender for the Democratic nomination.

Warren trailed behind her colleagues.

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Blank Slate @ShaneGoldmacher Look at the candidates below 15%. I also think this poll understates the movement towards Biden among 2nd ballot voters. 12 minutes ago

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