First Look After Democratic Debate: Nothing Really Changed

Last night, as every night, asked Registered Democrats and Democratic-leaning Independents about their presidential candidate preference. Fourteen percent (14%) of the interviews were conducted prior the debate, 25% during the debate, and 61% after the debate.

Looking over the single night results showed no significant differences from earlier polling. That’s not terribly surprising, since most people watching the debate are likely already committed to one of the candidates.

On Monday afternoon, we will release our first wave of polling based entirely upon interviews conducted after the debate.

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