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Seven states were won by less than 3 percentage points in the 2020 presidential election.
From COVID-19 and the economy to race and policing in America, take a look at nonpartisan data on topics covered in the first debate.
In the 2018 midterm election, 25.9% of all ballots were cast by mail. With more than 85.4% of voters now eligible to vote by mail amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, that number may increase in 2020.
The demographics, economics, and voting history of the 14 states voting March 3 are the best representation of voters nationwide so far.
Ten candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination met on an Atlanta stage yesterday to make their case. And as we at USAFacts like to say, debates should be grounded in facts. Here are reports related to five key topics to shed more light on the latest debate.