According to Facebook, Jindal had 2.1 million people making 4.9 million interactions about him, making him the 10th most talked about Republican presidential candidate.
Along with Jindal, the former Texas Governor Rick Perry was the other candidate who was not invited by the Fox news for their prime time Republican primary debate, but was among the top 10 most talked about candidate on Facebook.
Both Perry and Jindal along with five others appeared in the "happy hour" debate Thursday night. Perry had 2.4 million people making 7.3 million interactions about him, the social networking site said.
Meanwhile, business tycoon Donald Trump topped the list with more than 26.2 million people making 135.6 million interactions about him. Trump was followed by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.