Elections

Here’s Who Won The Debate, According To The Internet

Donald Trump won the third and final presidential debate — or at least that’s what you’d think if you were reading the Internet Wednesday night.

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(Photos: Getty Images)

As the two candidates went head to head for 90 minutes onstage at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, it was clear that the Republican nominee had won the Internet over.

In a poll run on the Drudge Report near the end of the debate, 76 percent of voters believed that Trump defeated Clinton handily, while 24 percent thought she had won.

It’s worth noting that voters didn’t seem to think Trump performed as well as he did in St. Louis, when he garnered 92 percent of the Drudge poll.

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(Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

The pollster Frank Luntz tweeted halfway through the debate to say that 12 members of his focus group thought Trump had won while only nine thought Clinton did.

In the end, 14 members of the group declared Trump the winner, Luntz noted.

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(Photo: Reuters)

Trump also dominated the conversation on social media, according to numbers released by Facebook Wednesday night. He was the topic of 56 percent of the conversation on Facebook during the debate while Clinton was at 44 percent.

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(Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Even those watching at home agreed that Trump won the final face off between him and Clinton.