Distribution of Twitter conversation surrounding the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016

U.S. presidential election 2016: Twitter voice distribution Trump-Clinton debates This statistic shows the distribution of Twitter conversation surrounding the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016. During the second debate, Republican nominee, Donald Trump, accounted for 64 percent of Twitter buzz.
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TrumpClinton
First debate (Sep 26, 2016)62%38%
Second debate (Oct 9, 2016)64%36%
Third debate (Oct 19, 2016)59%41%
TrumpClinton
First debate (Sep 26, 2016)62%38%
Second debate (Oct 9, 2016)64%36%
Third debate (Oct 19, 2016)59%41%
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This statistic shows the distribution of Twitter conversation surrounding the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016. During the second debate, Republican nominee, Donald Trump, accounted for 64 percent of Twitter buzz.
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Release date
October 2016
Region
Worldwide
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September 26, 2016, October 10, 2016, and October 19, 2016
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Region is presumed.

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