Are you ready for the second round of Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump Debate? NBC News reported the second presidential debate happens on Sunday, October 9, at 9 pm. Viewers can watch it live on the internet, TV and even in theaters.
The 90-minute debate will take place at Washington University in St. Louis. It will be broadcasted live in all major TV stations - ABC, Fox, CBS, NBC, CNBC, CNN, PBS, Univision, Fox News, MSNBC, and C-SPAN. For internet users, they can watch the second presidential debate at NBC News's YouTube channel. They also can have updates via Twitter on Bloomberg Live.
Interestingly, the debate on Sunday will be aired on big screens too. CBS Los Angeles reports several Regal Cinemas across the Southland will show the debate. In addition, participating theaters in Irvine, Santa Clarita, Los Angeles, Long Beach and more than 200 other venues nationwide will play the debate live for free starting at 6 p.m.
Regal will also give free drinks to all viewers with any popcorn purchase. Check this link to see the complete list of participating theaters.
CNN's Anderson Cooper and ABC's Martha Raddatz are tasked to moderate the Sunday's debate. Both are experienced foreign policy reporter and veteran debate moderator.
Raddatz is known for her sharp and precise questions that keep candidates on topic. She also moderated the previous Republic and Democratic primary debates. However, the questions for the upcoming debate will not be coming from the moderators but from the audience.
In the first presidential debate, CNN said Clinton crushed Trump. The publication explained the Democratic candidate carefully marshaled her arguments and facts with class. By contrast, Trump reportedly came unprepared with nothing fresh to say.
In the latest national Fox News Poll, Clinton is ahead of Trump by 2 points in four-way contest (44-42 percent). Last week, she was up by three points (43-40 percent) and by one point in mid-September (41-40 percent).
In the head-to-head matchup, Clinton leads Trump by four points (48-44 percent). That figure was 49-44 percent last week.
Trump is favored among men (+9 points), whites (+16), and whites without a college degree (+21). On the other hand, Clinton is the preferred choice for women (+12 points), non-whites (+55), and voters under 35 years old (+16).
The poll is based on landline and cellphone interviews with 1,006 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide. The interviewers were conducted from October 3-6, 2016.