Here were the top Bing searches following each Presidential debate

Arif Bacchus

Bing, President, Microsoft

Election day is a little over a week away here in the United States, and the Bing team has just revealed the top Bing searches following each Presidential debate.

According to the Bing team, for the first Presidential Debate (cycle September 26th to the 28th,) the top search was “What is the second continental congress?” The top search the lone Vice Presidential Debate, meanwhile (cycle of October 4th to October 6th), evoked the past and was “Who won the Vice Presidential debate in 2012?” Third, search for the second Presidential Debate (October 9th to October 11th) was, “Why is election day always on a Tuesday?

Last, but not least, from October 19th-21st, and after the Final Presidential Debate, the top search was “What is the Electoral College?” It’s safe to say that these searches revealed what was on the minds of Americans as they prepared to make a final decision ahead of Election day on November 8th, 2016. Are you registered to vote? Who will you be voting for come election day? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment below!