What are the best websites to check the latest polls after debate?

Sometimes, watching a political debate between different candidates won't suffice, you need to know the people's choice. Check the latest polls after debate on these trusted news sources to form an opinion of your preferred candidates!

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7 solutions
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    #1FiveThirtyEight

    FiveThirtyEight

    FiveThirtyEight is a polling aggregation website founded on March 7, 2008, by analyst Nate Silver, which focuses on opinion analysis, politics, economics, and sports blogging. The ESPN has become its owner in August 2010.

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    Free

    Bryan Cooper
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "Thanks to FiveThirtyEight, I have a clearer picture of the slump and rise of the candidate's poll results before and after the debate. They don't only provide the data but they also break it down and compare it to past data which is really helpful. Made me realize that Biden is still a strong candidate."
  2. 16

    #2RealClearPolitics

    RealClearPolitics

    RealClearPolitics (RCP) is an independent political news and polling data aggregator founded in 2000 by John McIntyre and Tom Bevan. It updates and published the best commentary, news, and polling data.

    Websites

    Free

    Joan Martin
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "According to the poll on RCP, Biden and Sanders still stand strong in the democratic presidential nomination polls although the gap is quite evident."
  3. 7

    #3The New York Times

    The New York Times

    The New York Times is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City. Since its online launch, the newspaper has consistently been ranked as one of the top websites.

    Websites

    Free

    Adam Carr
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "The New York Times has more qualitative data on the polls than the polls after the debate themselves which is helpful in expanding on the topics that were tackled during the debate."
  1. 3

    #4HuffPost

    HuffPost

    HuffPost, formerly known as The Huffington Post, is an American news and opinion blog and website founded in 2005 which covers anything about politics, business, entertainment, technology, lifestyle, culture and more. 

    Websites

    Free

    Dorothy Watson
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "HuffPost has news about the debates but you can find the polls interlinked on the articles if you really want to see the quantitative data."
  2. 2

    #5ABC News

    ABC News

    ABC News is an online news website which features news articles, polls, short video clips, live streaming news, and more. This website is a division of the American Broadcasting Company, and it was launched on May 15, 1997.

    Websites

    Free

    Christian Sullivan
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "ABC news is great for catching up on political news about the candidates, here I saw the poll after the debate although I'm not one to rely solely on poll results to gauge a candidate's capabilities."
  3. 1

    #6CNN

    CNN

    CNN, also known as Cable News Network, is one of the most trusted news television channel founded in 1980 by Ted Turner. This news source offers the latest and credible clips for politics, sports, weather, entertainment, and more.

    Websites

    Free

    Crystal Myers
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "I'm impressed by Harris performance after the debate and it clearly shows that people showed the same sentiment since her poll ratings jumped on 10 points. She seems like a really promising democratic candidate."
  4. 1

    #7Vox

    Vox

    Vox is a news and opinion website which has different sections such as Recode, Explainers, Future Perfect, The Highlight, Politics & Policy, and more. The news site was founded by Ezra Klein, Matt Yglesias, and Melissa Bell.

    Websites

    Free

    Peter Payne
    Written on August 15, 2019
    "After watching the debate, i needed to know what the public thought and i saw the poll results post-debate being explained on Vox and to be honest it didn't really do much to change the candidate's standing on the race."

Summary

Best What are the best websites to check the latest polls after debate
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1FiveThirtyEightWebsites 21 Free
2RealClearPoliticsWebsites 16 Free
3The New York TimesWebsites 7 Free
4HuffPostWebsites 3 Free
5ABC NewsWebsites 2 Free
6CNNWebsites 1 Free
7VoxWebsites 1 Free
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