The second presidential debate on Sunday saw a significant drop in ratings compared to the first one, even though the contentious face-off spurred a record-breaking 17million tweets online.
Sunday night’s showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton drew about 65.7 million viewers, compared to the 84million people who tuned in on September 26, according to preliminary figures by Nielsen.
Sunday Night Football certainly played a role in the dwindling figures, as did Hurricane Matthew.
But analysts wondered if people had grown weary with the election, which has taken a particularly ugly turn with less than four weeks left until Election Day.
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Sunday night’s town-hall event between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton drew at 65.7 million viewers, compared to the 84million people who tuned in on September 26
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