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Who said it: The real presidential candidates or their 'SNL' counterparts?

If there's one thing that's helped us survive this vitriolic election season, it's the laughs that "Saturday Night Live" has brought since its Oct. 1 premiere.

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See how 'SNL' tapped so perfectly into Americans' feelings about the election

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See how 'SNL' tapped so perfectly into Americans' feelings about the election

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With each presidential debate, we've eagerly awaited the requisite spoof sending up the most talked-about moments, from Donald Trump's sniffing to Hillary Clinton's shimmy. In fact, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon have nailed their impressions so much that it's sometimes difficult to distinguish between the comedic lines and the real-life quotes they're skewering.

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Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon impersonate Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on the Oct. 15 episode of "SNL."
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The real Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off for the third presidential debate on Oct. 9.

How closely have you been paying attention? Take our quiz below, and find out whether you can tell the difference!

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