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#USElections | Asian-Americans are the fastest-growing section of voters in US, a Pew Research Center analysis shows. From 2000 to 2020, Asian-American voters more than doubled, growing 139%. The Hispanic electorate grew at 121%, and black and white electorates at just 33% and 7%
#USPresidentialElections2020 | Asian-Americans comprise 5% of voters, though their numbers are growing. Most are naturalized citizens and about 6 in 10 Asian-origin citizens are eligible to vote.
Naturalized immigrants have driven the Asian electorate's
rapid growth. The number of Asian immigrant voters
doubled from 3.3 Million to 6.9 Million in 2000-2018.

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#USPresidentialElections2020 | International students who contributed more than $44 billion to the US economy in 2018 are keenly observing the presidential election outcome.

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#USPresidentialElections2020 | The past few years have seen a slowing down of the growth of foreign students' flow into the United States. Any continuation of the negative sentiment will hurt US varsities.
India and China put together contribute 52 per cent of foreign students in the US and the new administration will not like to lose this advantage.

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Donald Trump or Joe Biden - who will win the #USPresidentialElections2020? Find the latest updates on the 2020 US Presidential Elections on BOOM's LIVE blog. #USElection2020 #Election2020 #DonaldTrump #JoeBiden…
As of Wednesday morning, Biden is ahead of Trump in electoral votes, while Trump takes lead in popular vote.

This morning, CNN projected the victory of Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene on her race to represent the north-west Georgia seat in the House. Taylor's win comes despite criticism of her promotion of a conspiracy theory QAnon. #USElections2020…
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#USPresidentialElections2020 today so I thought I would list some facts and figures you might not be aware of.

This the 59th presidential election in USA and the 56th competitive one.

3 elections saw a candidate elected unopposed 1789, 1792, 1820.

Of the 55 competitive elections, 36 saw the winner win a majority of both the electoral college (EC) & popular vote (PV).

One, 1800, needed a contingent election in the House of Representatives as well, an oddity that led to the 12th Amendment that could play a part in 2020.

14 of 55 competitive elections saw the winner take the majority of the electoral college with a plurality of the popular vote.

Lowest PV share to win an EC majority was 39.8% by Lincoln in 1860 (his name was not on the ballot in the South) followed by Nixon 68 & Clinton 92.

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In the run up to the #USPresidentialElections2020 when the characters & stories seem more mind-boggling than ever, it can be difficult to discern...
'How the fuck did the world end up here'?

Some great answers/insight here #Kleptopia 👏📕
Uncivil & Outright Criminal Behaviour seems to have been normalised throughout societies everywhere;

- Politics
- Crony Capitalism
- Social Media
- Reality TV
... Even Sport 🧐

I've tried to get my head around it with the help of some good books & following smart journo's Image

To understand the rise of;
-Strongman leaders
-Shady financiers

& other maniacal actors worldwide, there's some good reading in the pics below & above👀

#politicains #bankers #crooks #spooks #crime #money #power Image
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