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Castro Crushes, Beto Bombs at the First Democratic Debate

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Castro Crushes, Beto Bombs at the First Democratic Debate

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The first of two first round debates for the Democratic Presidential candidates was held last night in Florida. Elizabeth Warren, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, Beto O'Rourke, Amy Klobuchar, Tulsi Gabbard, Tim Ryan, John Delaney, Bill DeBlasio and Jay Inslee all took to the very civilized stage and kept more or less to the issues while trying to politely elbow their way into voters' hearts and minds. The pundits all jumped shortly after the closing to declare winners and losers, while Twitter users quietly tweeted away racking up their impressions of the candidates. Many pundits give the top two seeds to Warren and Castro, but for Twitter, Julian Castro was the hands down winner with @JulianCastro pulling in an impressive 75 percent positives. Elizabeth Warren pulled in second at 68 percent positives, followed by Amy Klobuchar at 65, Jay Inslee at 64, Cory Booker at 58 and Tulsi Gabbard at 54 percents positive, respectively. Those not getting above water include John Delaney at 49 and Tim Ryan at 47 percents positive, respectively. Duking it out for the bottom are Beto O'Rourke at a disappointing 43 percent positive and Bill DeBlasio at an equally glum 44 percent positive. While it is early, and naysayers will try to undermine the validity of social media, Twitter has an uncanny knack of predicting tight elections. Just ask Andrew Gillum, Joe Donnelly and Claire McCaskill, all of whom lost races in 2018 polls said they would win, and all of whom 30dB's analysis of Twitter predicted they would lose.



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