Voters in New York City and a bar in Kentucky offer mixed reactions to the third and final U.S. presidential debate. Paul Chapman reports.
Voters watching the third and final presidential debate on TV in New York City seemed to fall largely into the Clinton camp. (SOUNDBITE)(English) PAPE SECK, CLINTON SUPPORTER, SAYING: "I'm going to vote for Hillary and I think other people, they're not that dumb to elect a guy like Donald Trump." (SOUNDBITE)(English) ALYSSA GROSS, DEBATE WATCHER, SAYING: "I thought Hillary Clinton was absolutely phenomenal. I thought that Trump was his natural nasty self." Some, however, said Donald Trump had performed better in this debate than in the previous two. (SOUNDBITE)(English) HATHOR WILLIAMS, DEBATE WATCHER, SAYING: "I think he did his best in this debate for the first time, which is great. He got good coaching." People watching the action at this bar in Pikeville, Kentucky, had differing views on the candidates and the campaign (SOUNDBITE)(English) TRUMP SUPPORTER LANNAN COX SAYING: "Donald is probably not as refined as Hillary is because, you know, she's been in politics for so long but the thing that I love about him, I think he speaks from the heart." (SOUNDBITE)(English) PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY RESIDENT, TAYLOR MCCALLEN SAYING: "I hate this election. I think it's terrible. I probably will not vote for...I'll probably vote for a third party candidate." (SOUNDBITE)(English) CLARENCE MURPHY, KENTUCKY RESIDENT, SAYING: "It's like two dogs fighting, I mean, you know going in before what was going to happen." What America's voters really think of the rival candidates will show at the polls on November 8th.