The third televised Democratic debate, which involved the final ten 2020 candidates, took place last night in Houston. The subjective analysis is still ongoing, but what we can objectively measure is who dominated the air time the most. The Washington Post
recorded the number of minutes spoken by each candidate, with Joe Biden, still leading in the polls, also in the lead here with over 17 minutes. Fellow front-runner Elizabeth Warren was close behind with 16.5 minutes, ahead of Cory Booker who spoke for almost 15 minutes. Continuing his form from the previous debates, Andrew Yang was far less successful in this regard. with only just shy of 8 minutes.