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The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is expected to produce massive ratings with pundits predicting over 100 million people will tune in when the two presidential candidates go head to head at Hofstra University on Monday moderated by NBC News anchor Lestor Holt. For comparison, that's almost as many people who watched the Super Bowl last year 111 million and nearly 1/3 more audience than the Romney/Obama debates of 2014 averaged at 66.4 million.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Who's law enforcement approach do you prefer Donald Trump's or Hillary Clinton's?