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37 million viewers: Audience for VP debate was smallest since 2000, less than half of first presidential debate

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TV audience for vice presidential debate about half that of Trump-Clinton

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The television audience for Tuesday’s U.S. vice presidential debate between Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine is expected to be 40 million to 50 million – in line with previous such matchups, according to media reports on...

Moderation: Pence managed to win a three-person debate, eh?

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If you missed last night’s debate, the RNC has a 271-second distillation of it. For most viewers, the biggest impression... The post Moderation: Pence managed to win a three-person debate, eh? appeared first on Hot Air.

Kaine-Pence Debate Draws 37 Million, Smallest Audience Since 2000

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

In comparison, 84 million Americans watched the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump—more than any debate in American history.

Mike Pence-Tim Kaine VP debate draws smallest audience since 2000

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Tuesday’s vice-presidential debate contained little of the fireworks of the first presidential debate, and as it turns out drew just a fraction of the audience. That audience was still big — about 35.6 million people spread across t...

Kaine and Pence draw 37 million viewers, the smallest audience for a vice presidential debate since 2000

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The first and only showdown between Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia attracted an average audience of 37 million viewers Tuesday, making it the smallest audience for a vice presidential debate since 2000. The t...

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