The overall winner of the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate was the fly. Sam Seder and the Majority Report crew discuss this.
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Slightly more than half of voters who watched Wednesday night’s debate between Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence declared Harris the winner, according to a POLITICO/Morning Consult flash poll conducted on Thursday.
Four in 10 voters gave Pence the win, the poll found, compared with 51 percent who said Harris, in her first debate as a vice presidential candidate, bested Pence.
That perception broke down, predictably, along party lines, with nearly 90 percent of Democrats dubbing their party’s nominee, Harris, the winner and 80 percent of Republicans choosing Pence.
Pence beat Harris among independent voters, however, 41 percent to 39 percent.
While Wednesday’s debate was far less contentious and much calmer than the first presidential debate between the pair’s running mates, both candidates routinely skirted tough questions aimed at them by moderator Susan Page, and Pence was criticized for his frequent interruptions, with 55 percent of debate-watchers agreeing that the vice president was more disruptive than Harris.