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Pollster Frank Luntz dialed-up a crowd of voters who were observing the final presidential debate Wednesday, on The O'Reilly Factor.

The respondents found Donald Trump's criticisms of Hillary Clinton's tenure at the State Department to be the strongest moment in the debate for him.

"You talk but you don't get anything done," Trump said, following up by referencing the alleged $6 billion missing from State Department accounts after her tenure as secretary.

"If you become president, this country is going to be in some mess," he said.

Luntz said the electorate is "so desperate to hold politicians accountable--the idea that the state department would waste hard earned taxpayer dollars...that's a winner."

Hillary Clinton's strongest moment was when she took issue with Trump's assertion he may not accept the election results.

"That's not the way democracy works," Clinton said, "We've had free and fair elections--we've accepted the outcomes."

"People believe that elections for the most part are fair," Luntz said, "Politicians should accept...when they win and when they lose."

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