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Facebook Experiment: How many of your friends 'LIKE' the candidates

Posted at 9:27 AM, Oct 11, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-11 14:36:34-04

Election Day is less than a month away and with two presidential debates in the books, followers are taking the contest online to show support for their favorite candidate. 

The second presidential debate was the most tweeted about political debate in 10 years. There were more than 17-million debate-related tweets sent before, during and after the candidates took the stage on Sunday night. 

The debate was shared on all social media platforms and the debate arguments can get heated. Bypass all of that by seeing who your friends "Like" on Facebook!

Who do your friends support? Let's do a little social experiment!

Click here to see how many of your friends LIKE Donald Trump on Facebook.

DESKTOP: When you get to the Facebook page, look at the right side of the page, under the cover photo and then under the search bar. It will list one of your friends' names with "and ### other friends." Add up the total and that's how many of your friends like the page. 
MOBILE: When you get to the Facebook page you will see it right away, (it's below the Home, About, Shop, Politics, etc. menu) one of your friends will be listed with "and ### other friends like this" Add up the total and that's how many of your friends like the page. 

Click here to see how many of your friends LIKE Hillary Clinton on Facebook.

Trump: ?
Clinton: ?

How do you feel about the results? Share them with us on our Facebook page

Someone's Facebook likes can tell a lot about them. Liking a candidate's page could mean that the user wants to follow the conversation, it could also mean that they're voting for that candidate, or it could mean they want to see what the candidate they're not voting for is up to. So, take this very lightly, but have some fun and share your results with us!

Thanks for joining our experiment! Don't forget to vote!