The election has sparked interest not only in the United States but across the world.

An Israeli news team was at the Mahoning Board of Elections interviewing Valley voters on Tuesday.

The team said they chose to come to Ohio because it's a swing state and has determined the president for decades. They hoped that by talking with voters, they can try and gauge who will win next week. 

"That's why I thought the midwest and Ohio, in particular, is very interesting for the Israeli audience to see how democracy actually works," said Yaron Deckel, a political analyst for KAN. 

Deckel said that the Israeli people support President Donald Trump after keeping his promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.

As for Biden, he said he's a good partner of Israel.