After Debate, Record Number Paying Attention to Campaign
A record number of Americans read, saw or heard something about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the days after the first presidential debate Monday night, higher than was the case during the two candidates’ conventions.
On Tuesday, 91% of those Gallup interviewed said they read, saw or heard something about Clinton “within the last day or two,” which tied the percentage on Sept.14, when Clinton’s health was in the news following her near-collapse at a Sept. 11 ceremony and her subsequent announcement that she had pneumonia. Ninety percent read or heard something about Trump on Tuesday, one percentage point higher than his previous high recorded immediately following the Republican National Convention. – READ MORE