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Clinton Dominates Post-Debate Google Searches

According to data by Google, Hillary Clinton dominated post-debate searches.

The Hill reports:

Donald Trump dominated Google searches in most states prior to Monday night’s presidential debate, according to a tweet by Google Trends — but Hillary Clinton was the top-searched candidate in all 50 states after the debate.

Google Trends noted that Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, also dominated searches during the debate.

According to the search engine, the most-searched question in the last day on Clinton was “What must Trump and Clinton do to win the night?” and the most Googled question for Trump was “Why should Donald Trump not be President?”

Trump dominated the conversation on social media, however.

The Republican presidential nominee has been the subject of 79 percent of the debate conversation on Facebook and 62 percent of debate-related tweets, which included praise and criticism of the candidate.

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