Sen. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi Harris After a violent democratic debate, Perez attempts to label Trump Castro a "coward" for raising questions about Harris's racist heritage. Why President Trump was the real winner of the Democrats Debates MORE (D-Calif.) Rose to third place among the Democratic presidential candidates for 2020, according to a recent Morning Consult poll on Thursday rated as an outstanding debating achievement.
The poll, released on Saturday, found that 1
Harris remains senator Bernie Sanders Bernie SandersKudlow meets the economic policies of Democratic candidates: "I do not understand which planet they describe" Sanders meets Trump at North Korea's visit: "We need real diplomacy & # 39; Democratic debates did not beat the front runners – but Kamala Harris got a big boost MORE (I-Vt.) And Biden through solid margins, but Morning Consult noted that Harris & # 39; Woge went at the expense of Biden, who Thirty-three percent of respondents chose Biden as their first choice, with 19 percent of respondents saying Sanders was their preferred choice.
Twelve percent of potential primary democratic voters said they would vote Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenKudlow meets economic policy Democratic candidate en: "I do not understand which planet they describe." Democratic debates Did not beat the front runners – but Kamala Harris got a big boost. Repetition of the struggle for border assistance awaits with the bill MORE (D-Mass.) As presidential candidate of the party. It was a drop of 1 point and good enough to take her to third place with Harris.
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg Peter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegWhy President Trump was the true winner of Democratic debates Democratic debates have not struck the front runners – but Kamala Harris got a big boost in 2020 Democrats defend Harris for conspiracy theories about race and citizenship. MORE appeared before Harris in the previous Morning Consult survey. 7 percent of respondents said they would vote for him. In the last poll, he reached fourth place with 6 percent of the supporters.
Harris & # 39; s rise follows a towering performance on the second night of the first presidential debates of 2020. The California Senator once had a controversial back and forth with Biden after criticizing his refusal to cancel school demarcation.
"There was a little girl in California who was part of the second grade to integrate her public schools, and she was taken to school by bus every day," Harris told Biden. "This little girl was me."
Biden called Harris's critique a "mischaracterization" of his views and said his problem lay with the Department of Education managing the bus policies.
The Morning Consult poll after the debate took place between June 27-28, among 2,407 registered voters who said they were considering voting in a Democratic primary or caucus election in their state. It has an error rate of 2 points.