First poll has Tulsi Gabbard shock winner of first Democratic debate, Beto clear loser

First poll has Tulsi Gabbard shock winner of first Democratic debate, Beto clear loser
Tulsi Gabbard (Image: YouTube screen grab via Fox News)

[Ed. – Maybe his high school Spanish wasn’t as as impressive to voters as it was to his fellow debaters.]

Tulsi Gabbard is the winner of the first Democratic debate in Miami on Wednesday, according to a Drudge Report poll.

The popular news aggregation internet site took a poll of users which asked who won the 10-candidate debate.

Surprisingly, nearly 40 per cent of those who took the survey chose the 38-year-old congresswoman from Hawaii as the runaway winner.

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Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts came in second with 12.26 per cent of the vote.

John Delaney, the former congressman from Maryland, was in third place while New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio came in fourth.

House Rep. Tim Ryan, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Governor Jay Inslee, former Housing Secretary Julian Castro, former House Rep. Beto O’Rourke, and Senator Cory Booker rounded out the list.

As of early Thursday morning, more than 70,000 people voted in the poll.

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