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After Iowaâ€™s close fight where two Democratic candidates got almost fifty percent of votes each has made things rather difficult for the apparent frontrunner Hillary Clinton. Almost all polls were showing her comfortably ahead of her main rival Bernie Sanders.
Nonetheless the results were shockingly different for her campaign. She could not hold on to the lead that was being predicted in the polls before Iowa caucuses. Instead she and Berne Sanders both got fifty percent votes each showing the sort of confusion that seems to have beset the democratic support base.
On the other hand Republican fight was very confusing. Their front runner Donald Trump who was leading in the polls got merely 24 percent support from Iowa caucuses goers while Ted Cruz who seems to have assembled the best election machinery among Republicans got 28 percent votes.
Marco Rubioâ€™s success in getting 23 percent support from Republicans is being touted as the great success for him. There are reasons to believe that the Republican establishment may accept him as its last hope as Jeb Bush couldnâ€™t get even 2 percent support in Iowa.
In the meantime Democratic supporters are feeling very confused. After the Iowa caucus left Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders separated by only a handful of votes late into the night, experts say there’s now more focus on the upcoming debate in Milwaukee than ever.
This debate was not in Democratic schedule initially. MSNBC is all set to organize the first democratic debate of the month. It is going to sponsor the next Democratic presidential debate on Feb. 4, Thursday. The event is set to take place at the University of New Hampshire in Durham and will start 9 p.m. Eastern. The first debate of the month will happen on Thursday, Feb. 4 at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. MSNBC will broadcast the event live starting 9:00 p.m. (ET). Viewers can also see the event via online streaming.