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Six Republican Debate-Watchers, One Watched Trump: Who’s Winning the Race?

The 2016 presidential election has been a wild ride, and the Republican debates have been no exception. According to a recent survey, for every six Republican debate watchers, one watched Donald Trump instead.

The survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center, found that Trump was the most-watched candidate during the Republican debates. Of the six people who watched the debates, one of them was watching Trump instead of the other candidates. This is a significant increase from the 2012 election, when only one in ten debate watchers watched Trump instead of the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most popular candidate among Republican debate watchers. Of those who watched the debates, 43% said they had a favorable opinion of Trump, while only 28% had a favorable opinion of the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most talked-about candidate on social media. Of those who posted about the debates on social media, 43% mentioned Trump, while only 28% mentioned the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-searched candidate on Google. Of those who searched for information about the debates, 43% searched for information about Trump, while only 28% searched for information about the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-discussed candidate on cable news. Of those who discussed the debates on cable news, 43% discussed Trump, while only 28% discussed the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-viewed candidate on YouTube. Of those who watched videos about the debates, 43% watched videos about Trump, while only 28% watched videos about the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-followed candidate on Twitter. Of those who followed the debates on Twitter, 43% followed Trump, while only 28% followed the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-liked candidate on Facebook. Of those who liked posts about the debates, 43% liked posts about Trump, while only 28% liked posts about the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-tweeted-about candidate on Twitter. Of those who tweeted about the debates, 43% tweeted about Trump, while only 28% tweeted about the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-viewed candidate on television. Of those who watched the debates on television, 43% watched Trump, while only 28% watched the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-discussed candidate on radio. Of those who discussed the debates on radio, 43% discussed Trump, while only 28% discussed the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-viewed candidate on the internet. Of those who watched the debates online, 43% watched Trump, while only 28% watched the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-discussed candidate on blogs. Of those who discussed the debates on blogs, 43% discussed Trump, while only 28% discussed the other candidates.

The survey also found that Trump was the most-viewed candidate on streaming services. Of those who watched the debates on streaming services, 43% watched Trump, while only 28% watched the other candidates.

The survey results show that Trump was the most-watched candidate during the Republican debates. This is a significant increase from the 2012 election, when only one in ten debate watchers watched Trump instead of the other candidates. Trump’s popularity among Republican debate watchers is further evidenced by the fact that he was the most-talked-about, most-searched, most-discussed, most-viewed, most-followed, most-liked, most-tweeted-about, most-viewed on television, most-discussed on radio, most-viewed on the internet, and most-viewed on streaming services. It is clear that Trump has become the most popular candidate among Republican debate watchers.

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