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CBS News Poll: Voters 'Nervous' About Candidates After Fiery S. Carolina Debate

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CBS News Poll: Voters 'Nervous' About Candidates After Fiery S. Carolina Debate

CBS News Poll: Voters 'Nervous' About Candidates After Fiery S. Carolina Debate

Senator Bernie Sanders was a target going into Tuesday's Democratic Debate in South Carolina.

In a new poll, 47% of Democratic voters said the debate made them feel nervous about the group of candidates.

CBS News' Natalie Brand reports.

(2-25-2020)


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