Fox Business Network and the Wall Street Journal will present Republican presidential primary debates on Nov. 10, the network said Tuesday (Oct. 27).
The primetime debate, which will feature the top Republican candidates that generate a 2.5% average across the four most recent national polls, will be moderated by Fox Business managing editor of business news Neil Cavuto, global markets editor Maria Bartiromo and Wall Street Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker.
The remaining candidates scoring below a 2.5% average in the polls will appear onstage during a 6 p.m. debate, the network said.
Both debates will focus on jobs, taxes and the general health of the economy, as well as domestic and international policy issues.
The Republican debates have been ratings gold for cable networks. Fox News Channel's Aug. 6 GOP debate generated a record 24 million viewers, while CNN’s Sept. 16 debate telecast drew 23 million viewers.
CNBC Wednesday will televise the third GOP debate, which will be held in Colorado.
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