“I forget,” Steyer said when asked. Klobuchar offered a simple “no” in response.
“Yeah, President López Obrador, I hope,” Buttigieg responded with a smile.
The bungled answers from Klobuchar and Steyer come as 2020 candidates turn their attention to Nevada, which has a large Latino population, ahead of the state’s caucuses on February 22.
After Nevada, candidates will turn to South Carolina along with a busy slate of more diverse states that will vote on Super Tuesday like California and Texas.
Following Sanders are former Vice President Joe Biden with 17% support, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 15%, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren with 14%, Buttigieg with 10% and Klobuchar with 4%.
No other candidate received above 2% in the poll.