Hawaii Democratic Sen. Tulsi Gabbard faced the consequences for bucking her own party and attacking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during Wednesday’s debate, receiving relatively little speaking time and few questions relative to her poll numbers.
Gabbard has risen in the polls since the start of the primary race, hitting 3 percent nationwide according to an Economist/YouGov poll released Wednesday. She is also doing relatively well in key primary states, polling at 3 percent in New Hampshire and Iowa in recent polls from St. Anselm and the Des Moines Register, respectively.

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