Word count of Democrats in second TV debate for 2020 presidential elections U.S. 2019

The candidate who spoke the most during the second Democratic TV debate in the United States was Joe Biden, who uttered a total of 3,819 words across both nights. Kamala Harris ranked second, followed by Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg. Biden also spoke the most during the first debate, followed by Cory Booker.

Number of words spoken by Democratic Party candidates on the second televised debate of the 2020 election campaign in the United States on July 30 and 31, 2019

Number of minutes spoken
Joe Biden3,819
Kamala Harris3,186
Elizabeth Warren2,805
Pete Buttigieg2,651
Bernie Sanders2,642
Cory Brooker2,155
Amy Klobuchar2,043
Kirsten Gillibrand2,012
Julián Castro2,000
Beto O'Rourke1,930
Tulsi Gabbard1,817
John Delaney1,815
Steve Bullock1,804
Tim Ryan1,770
Michael Bennet1,740
Jay Inslee1,731
Bill de Blasio1,724
Andrew Yang1,710
Marianne Williamson1,637
John Hickenlooper1,570
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Release date

August 2019


United States

Survey time period

June 27, 2019

Special properties

word count excludes words spoken in Spanish, includes both nights of second debate

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