Combined Twitter and Facebook interactions generated by the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016 (in millions)

U.S. presidential election 2016: social media buzz Trump-Clinton debates This statistic shows the combined Twitter and Facebook interactions generated by the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016. The second debate between the two presidential nominees generated 61.67 million social media interactions.
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First debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Sep 26, 2016)23.9783.02
Vice president debate - Tim Kaine vs. Mike Pence (Oct 4, 2016)5.516.38
Second debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Oct 9, 2016)18.0161.67
Third debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Oct 19, 2016)16.952.3
UniquesInteractions
First debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Sep 26, 2016)23.9783.02
Vice president debate - Tim Kaine vs. Mike Pence (Oct 4, 2016)5.516.38
Second debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Oct 9, 2016)18.0161.67
Third debate - Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump (Oct 19, 2016)16.952.3
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This statistic shows the combined Twitter and Facebook interactions generated by the 2016 U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump as of October 19, 2016. The second debate between the two presidential nominees generated 61.67 million social media interactions.
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October 2016
Region
United States
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September 26, 2016, October 4, October 10, and October 19 2016

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