According to the Nielsen ratings, Wednesday’s final presidential debate between John McCain and Barack Obama was viewed by 56.5 million people – impressive considering it was competing with baseball, but nowhere near, say, Super Bowl viewership. The audiences for their first and second debates were 52.4 million and 63.2 million, respectively. The vice presidential face-off between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden (in photo) remains king, with 69.9 million viewers (which was 6 million fewer than for the “Seinfeld” finale in 1998).
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