Watch: The final presidential debate in numbers

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The third and final presidential debate was filled with strong words and claims - let's take a closer look at what was said and what the data has to say.

In case you didn't catch all of that - here's the run down.

Most recurring words

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Trump used a lot of recurring words (Julio Cortez/AP)

"Border" or "borders": Trump 23 - Clinton 8
"Obama": Trump 18 - Clinton 6
"Putin": Trump 12 - Clinton 4

Attacks in the debate

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It was Clinton who was on the offensive most (Patrick Semansky/AP)

Clinton wins this one, with 33 attacks aimed at her opponent to Trump's 24.

On Twitter

This tweet from Trump's official Twitter account was the most retweeted in the debate, with more than 45,000 repeats, as he claimed he did not know Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

The share of the Twitter conversation was focussed on Trump too, with a 59% ratio to Clinton's 41%.

The most tweeted policies in the debate from first to third were foreign affairs, the economy and reproductive rights.

Who won the debate?

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Early polls suggested Clinton came out on top (Julio Cortez/AP)

CNN Instant-poll: Trump 39% - Clinton 52%
YouGov Instant-poll: Trump 39% - Clinton 49%