The US Presidential election is barely 10 days away and more than 47 million American's have already voted, that is one fifth of eligible voters in the country. Voters have already cast 34 percent of votes accounted in 2016.
Over 50 percent of registered Democrats and 27 percent of Republicans have already voted.
The projected voter turnout is 154 million compared to 137 million in 2016.
To discuss the final debate and what could be the potential outcome of the polls, Parikshit Luthra spoke to Philip Bump, National Correspondent at the Washington Post and Larry Sabatom Director for the centre for politics at the University of Virginia.
CNBC-TV18 also spoke to Boris Epshteyn Strategic advisor for Donald Trump campaign and Ashish Jha, Dean at Brown School of Public Health.
To know more, watch the video.