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Leading Democratic presidential candidates will take the debate stage in Iowa for the first time Tuesday night at 7 p.m. on CNN. The debate, which was endorsed by the Democratic National Committee, is being hosted by CNN and the Des Moines Register, which is hosting its first presidential debate in the state.
The debate will be broadcast live on the Des Moines Register’s Facebook page and on CNN’s Twitter account and feed.
With the Nevada primary looming, 12 million viewers will watch the event on the NBC Television Network. Analysts say the debate is being spurred on by candidate Michael Bloomberg, who is attracting a lot of attention for his massive political TV ad campaign, estimated to have cost more than $450 million. As the presidential campaign heats up NBC News, NBC and MSNBC overall have more than 2.5 million viewers, compared with 1.2 million in the first debate.
Democratic debate candidate Bloomberg was repeatedly verbally attacked and criticized by the candidates during the event. During the presidential campaign in the United States, it has become common for debates to address a wide range of issues, including race, religion, politics, economics, foreign policy, and foreign policy.
The issues discussed in these debates are often some of the most controversial issues of our time, and almost certainly decide the election. Presidential debates have been held every four years since the political parties nominated their candidates. The candidates meet for a series of debates in which they debate with each other in front of a live audience.
The first televised debates changed the way the presidential campaign was conducted, as the power of television brought the election out of the American living room. The debates were watched live by more than 70 million Americans, making politics an electronic spectator sport. It also offered many potential voters the opportunity to see the actual presidential candidates as potential leaders in a live environment.
In the nineteenth century, for example, Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas were the only two presidential candidates in the United States to debate in front of a live television audience. There have been a number of other cases where candidates have appeared on television, but none has been as significant as the president’s first televised debates. The debates were the most popular of any presidential election in US history, attracting more than 1.5 million viewers per debate.
The two presidential candidates later negotiated an agreement to reduce the number of debates from three to two, and Saint Anselm College hosted four primaries in 2004 and 2008. Throughout its history, the college has been a popular campaign stop for national debates alongside the New Hampshire primaries. Washington University in St. Louis hosted all presidential debates organized by the Commission on Presidential Debates. The university was also to host a debate in 1996, but the two candidates for the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, chose the University of California, the John F. Kennedy School of Public Health in Berkeley, for one of the debates in 2016.
Hofstra University, originally an alternative location, was named to host the first presidential debate after Wright State University pulled out eight weeks before the 2016 presidential election.
The debate, which was endorsed by the Democratic National Committee, will be hosted by ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and Fox Business Network. The leading Democratic presidential candidates will take the debate stage on Tuesday, September 6, at 8 p.m. at Hofstra University in New York.
The debate will be live on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and Fox Business Network as well as on Twitter and Facebook.
The first debate of the 1960 election drew 66 million viewers out of a population of 179 million, making it the most-watched broadcast in US history. The 1980 debate drew 80 million viewers, or 80% of all viewers, from a population of 226 million, and the debate was broadcast live on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and Fox Business Network.
The broadcast of the debate surpassed the debate in Las Vegas, which had 18.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen data. The debate, which will air on Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, CNN, MSNBC and Fox Sports 1 all had 7.5 million viewers, or 60% of the total U.S. population. MSNBC averaged 6.0 million viewers, including 3.2 million on-air viewers and 1.3 million online viewers.
CBS News’ debate coverage, which also aired on BET and BET Plus, averaged 15.34 million viewers, according to Nielsen data.
The 15.34 million viewers were the second-highest ratings for a debate in the channel’s history, surpassing the previous record of 18.1 million viewers tuned in to NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo. The show averaged 14.5 million adults between the ages of 18 and 49, 1.2 million more than last year’s debate.