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Debate was 10th-most watched in US history

University of Miami students in Coral Gables, Fla., were among the 63 million people who watched Tuesday's presidential debate on the major broadcast and cable networks. University of Miami students in Coral Gables, Fla., were among the 63 million people who watched Tuesday's presidential debate on the major broadcast and cable networks. (Alan diaz/associated press)
October 9, 2008

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About 63 million people watched Tuesday night's presidential debate on the major broadcast and cable networks, nearly 11 million more than the audience for the first debate Sept. 26 between John McCain and Barack Obama, Nielsen Media Research reported yesterday. (Full article: 733 words)

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