| International News | Monday October 22 2012 16:20
The third and final debate in the lead up to the US election in November takes place tomorrow night, and it's a debate focusing on American foreign policy.
It's in Florida, a swing state that's been hit hard by the economic woes of the last four years.
Many people still can't chose between Barack Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney, and there are just 15 days to go.
"I do not believe that they both have shown unequivocally the plans that what makes them a great President," said an undecided voter.
The latest poll on the race puts the pair neck and neck at 47 percent each.
Experts say the pressure will really be on both candidates, Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat president Obama, as they sit at a table for 90 minutes at Lynn University in Florida.
Assistant professor Jordan Tama at American University's School of International Service says Obama has a clear advantage on foreign policy as he' been conducting it for four years, while Romney doesn't have that experience.
Afghanistan and the attack on the US embassy in Libya will be top of the order paper for discussion.
But CNN's Mark Preston says foreign policy's not all that will come up.
"But there is also going to be the underlying theme about the economy because it is still issue number one here in the United States and it does affect everybody globally so I would expect that to be a thread that would be woven all throughout the discussion tomorrow night."
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