If you watched the talking heads discuss the first US presidential debate on CNN, MSNBC, or most other networks, you probably came away thinking that Hillary Clinton had won handily.
Oct 20, 2016 · It May Depend Which Network You Watched Everyone watched the same debate, but not everyone watched the same post-game coverage. That can make all the difference. Donald Trump’s performance
Sep 28, 2016 · The consensus among the media is that Hillary Clinton won 2016’s first US presidential debate. But if you watched the TV coverage in the first few hours immediately after the debate, the consensus
It looks like the debate won’t quite reach that level, but is in good shape to surpass 80 million and become the most-watched US presidential debate ever. It was watched by 46 million people on
33) Following the first Nixon-Kennedy presidential debate of 1960, opinion polls showed that A) those who watched on television thought Nixon had won, while those who listened over the radio thought Kennedy won.
Basically, it’s the wrong question, and the wrong way to judge a presidential debate. Let’s be honest — for at least the last two decades, debates really haven’t been.
Monday brought the first debate of the presidential season, but it often felt like two separate debates. One, from Hillary Clinton, was wonky, crisp, and polished; if not always inspiring, it was
Following the first Nixon-Kennedy presidential debate of 1960, opinion polls showed that A) those who watched on television thought Nixon had won, while those who listened over the radio thought Kennedy won.
Which candidate won the first, and arguably the most important, presidential debate? That depends on where you ask. Based on polling results in cyberspace, Republican George W. Bush easily beat
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Face Off In St. Louis Who won the presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton? It depends on what you wanted to hear.