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Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Oct. 3: Debates Stay On a Roll

The second presidential debate Sunday night and the vice presidential debate last Tuesday night dominated the rest of the television series and specials for the week of Oct. 3, according to the Nielsen Social Content Ratings.
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