CNN's Anderson Cooper is the heavy favorite to moderate at least one of the upcoming presidential debates this fall, according to the latest Morning Consult survey of registered voters.

More than one-third of voters want the CNN anchor to moderate one or more of the three presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, while a quarter believe Fox News' Megyn Kelly is the best person for the job. While 41 percent of independents want Cooper, only 20 percent of Republican voters named him as their top choice.

The first presidential debate is set to take place on Sept. 26 in Hempstead, N.Y. The Commission on Presidential Debates is expected to announce the moderators for all three debates and the vice presidential debate after Labor Day.

Beyond Cooper and Kelly, 22 percent of voters — and 34 percent of Republicans — would prefer to see Fox News' Chris Wallace moderate a debate, while only 16 percent said the task should be given to CNN's Wolf Blitzer.

Another 16 percent of voters said NBC's Lester Holt, who Trump recently described as a "good guy," would be their top choice to moderate a debate. Only 3 percent of voters chose PBS' Gwen Ifill, who has moderated two vice presidential debates, while 17 percent chose CBS' Bob Schieffer, who moderated the final debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney in 2012.

The Morning Consult survey of 2,007 registered voters was conducted between Aug. 24-26. Results contain a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.