There were 62 million social media’ interactions across Facebook and Twitter from 18.2 million people in the U.S. related to the presidential debate on Sunday, according to Nielsen. That’s a dive from the 83 million social media interactions across Facebook and Twitter from 24 million people in the U.S. related to the debate on Monday, September 26.

“Trump” was mentioned in 5.5 million tweets, while “Hillary” was mentioned in 2.1 million. Stands to reason since Trump starred in that lewd 2005 audio/video tape that WaPo dropped Friday and has become the most searched-for tidbit of the entire 2016 election cycle. Trump got asked about it, and Clinton too, at the town hall-style second debate.

That said, Debate 1 saw “Trump” mentioned in 6.3 million tweets, while “Hillary” was mentioned in 2.7 million.

Activity for last night’s TV event peaked 10-10:14 PM ET  when 5.6 million interactions occurred as the candidates discussed taxes and Syria. The most social moment of the first debate happened between 10:30-10:44 PM ET when 7.6 million interactions occurred as the candidates discussed terrorism, NATO and nuclear weapons.

There were 47.2 million interactions on Facebook about last night’s fracas. And 63% of people who interacted with the debate on Facebook were female and 41% were younger than 35. In Debate 1, there were 65.9 million interactions on Facebook about the event. 63% of people who interacted with the debate on Facebook were female and 44% were younger than 35.

In September, Debate 1 saw 65.9 million interactions on Facebook about that event, and the breakdown was identical to last night’s second kerfuffle: 63% of people who interacted with that debate on Facebook were female and 44% were younger than 35.