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Đi CNN ủng hộ Hillary Clinton:
http://mediamatters.org/video/ 2016/09/26/cnns-post-debate-po ll-shows-overwhelming-victory- hillary-clinton/213345


Đi Fox News ủng hộ Donald Trump:
http://insider.foxnews.com/201 6/09/26/who-won-debate-trump-c linton-face

http://time.com/4506217/presid ential-debate-clinton-trump- survey/

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met for their first presidential debate Monday, and we want to know who you think won.
Take a moment to click the link below next to the candidate who you thought did the best at the debate at Hofstra University in New York.
A disclaimer: Online reader polls like this one are not statistically representative of eligible primary voters. They are a measure, however imprecise, of which candidates have the most energized online supporters, or most social media savvy fan base. After all, what they are counting is the number of Internet-devices controlled by people who want to vote.




http://thehill.com/homenews/ news/297924-poll-who-won-the- debate

http://www.usatoday.com/story/ news/politics/onpolitics/2016/ 09/26/clinton-trump-first-deba te-live-blog/91131998/

The first presidential debate: Catch up on what happened

Donovan Slack and Heidi M Przybyla, USA TODAY11:48 p.m. EDT September 26, 2016



Forty-three days before the election, the highly anticipated matchup between Hillary Clintonand Donald Trump finally happened, and it didnt disappoint. Here are all the highlights from
the first presidential debate.
Trump wins Facebook, or something

Its unclear whether the posts, likes and shares were actually positive ones, but Trump scored the top moment of the night on Facebook with this one-liner:
My strongest asset is my temperament

USA TODAY
Trump touts winning temperament, calls it his strongest asset




He also dominated conversation overall on Facebook with 79% of mentions compared with 21% for Clinton. And here are the issues that topped the night on Facebook:
1. Taxes
2. ISIS
3. Racial Issues
4. The Economy
5. Crime & Criminal Justice
Meanwhile, over on Twitter:



http://www.infowars.com/poll-w ho-won-the-first-presidential- debate/

Check out how Trump and Hillary fared in polls from other websites:
DrudgeReport.com

Fortune.com

NJ.com

Time.com

CBS New York

CNBC

Breitbart

WashingtonTimes.com

WCPO.com

Variety.com

Slate

NBCNews.com

Heavy.com

WKRN

LasVegasSun.com

Fox5SanDiego.com



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Polls, Polls, Polls OK, Who Won the Debate?

Posted on September 26, 2016 by sundance




Who do you think won the debate?