Kamala Harris is now polling THIRD after the Democratic primary debate ...

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Kamala Harris is now polling THIRD after the Democratic primary debate - level with Elizabeth Warren and trailing Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden The Morning Consult's latest poll said 12 per cent of Democratic primary voters picked Kamala Harris as their first choice for president She jumped six percentage points over her previous poll position Harris is now tied with Elizabeth Warren for third place among voters Joe Biden kept his first place slot with 33 per cent of the vote, despite losing five percentage points  Sanders, meanwhile, held steady at second place with his 19 per cent of the vote 

By Dailymail.com Reporter

Published: 06:08 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 06:08 BST, 1 July 2019

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Sen. Kamala Harris' performance at Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate has landed her in third place behind Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, according to a new poll. 

The Morning Consult polled 2,407 registered voters on Thursday and Friday — the day of the Miami debate and the day after — and found that 12 per cent of Democratic primary voters listed Harris as their first choice for president. 

This represented a six percentage points increase over the research company's June 23 poll, according to the New York Post.  

A new poll of Democratic primary voters saw Kamala Harris (center) rising to third place after her performance at Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate

A new poll of Democratic primary voters saw Kamala Harris (center) rising to third place after her performance at Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate

Harris (center) is now tied with Elizabeth Warren at 12 per cent as voters' first choice for president, according to the Morning Consult poll released Sunday

Harris (center) is now tied with Elizabeth Warren at 12 per cent as voters' first choice for president, according to the Morning Consult poll released Sunday

In making the jump, Harris is now tied with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who also came in at 12 per cent. Warren was said to have fallen by one percentage point. 

Former Vice President Biden held on to the top

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