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  • N95 mask production in the U.S. 2020

    Jul 17, 2020 | Medical Technology

    In January 2020, the monthly production capacity of N95 masks in the United States was 45 million units. As the global demand for N95 masks has skyrocketed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020, producers have scrambled to increase production to meet that demand. It is estimated that U.S. production of the highly protective N95 face masks will increase to 180 million units per month by the end/winter months of 2020.

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  • Support for second round of stimulus spending due to COVID-19 by type U.S. 2020

    Jul 29, 2020 | Economy

    71 percent of U.S. adults support a second round of stimulus spending targeted at people to combat the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a July 2020 survey. Conversely, only 12 percent of respondents said there should be not be any further stimulus spending of any kind.

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  • Global nitrile butadiene rubber latex market value 2019 & 2026

    Apr 1, 2020 | Plastic & Rubber

    The market value of nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) latex stood at some 1.32 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. By 2026, this chemical's market value is expected to reach 2.5 billion U.S. dollars. NBR latex is a synthetic rubber that is often used for laboratory and medical gloves.

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  • Current voting streak by each state in U.S. presidential elections 1964-2016

    Jul 23, 2020 | Historical Data

    The Twenty-third Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted citizens of the District of Columbia the right to vote in U.S. presidential elections; since this came into effect in 1964, the nation's capital has voted for the Democratic Party's nominee in every election, making this the longest ongoing streak in U.S. presidential elections. The record for the longest ever streak in the history of U.S. presidential elections belongs to Vermont (Republican) and Georgia (Democrat), who each voted for the same party's candidate in 27 consecutive elections between 1852 and 1960. The south and west prove loyal There are nine states, mostly across the West and Midwest, that have voted for the Republican candidate in all U.S. presidential elections since Richard Nixon's first victory in 1968. A number of other Republican streaks began in the south with Ronald Reagan's landslide victory in 1980, after briefly turning Democrat for Georgia's Jimmy Carter in 1976; historically the south had been a Democratic stronghold for more than a century, however the Republican Party's "Southern strategy" in the 1960s established them as the dominant party in the region during the civil rights era. Along with the District of Columbia, the only state not won by Reagan in 1984 was Minnesota, as Walter Mondale carried his home state by a very narrow margin. Minnesota's streak is the second-longest for the Democratic Party, while most of the other ongoing Democratic streaks began in either 1988 or 1992. Potential swing states In the most recent election, there were six states (with 99 electoral votes combined) that had been won by Barack Obama in 2012, but turned red in 2016. In the 2020 election cycle, these battleground states have become a focal point for the two major campaigns, and are covered more heavily than "safe" states by the media due to their potential influence on the overall results. While some swing states have a relatively small number number of electoral votes on offer, they also include some of the largest states in the nation, such as Florida; which has been viewed as the most valuable battleground state in recent decades due to its 29 electoral votes. In 2020, however, Texas may take this title from Florida, as summer polling shows that the Lone Star State may award its 38 electoral votes (the second highest of any state; after California) to the Democratic nominee, after voting Republican in every election since 1980; this swing has been attributed to the growing Latino population (which traditionally votes Democrat), as well as the current administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The majority of states who have voted for the same party in the past five or more elections are expected to continue their streaks in 2020's election, although summer poll from Arizona and Georgia show that these states may also swing to the Democratic Party for the first time in over two decades.

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  • Most popular supermarket chains in the UK 2020

    Jul 23, 2020 | Food & Nutrition

    In the United Kingdom, the most popular supermarket chain brand with consumers was Aldi, which garnered positive opinion at the rate of 76 percent between July 2019 and July 2020. M&S Food came in second place and was popular with 75 percent of consumers polled in this study.

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  • Leading car brand market shares by new registrations April 2020

    May 6, 2020 | Passenger Cars

    This statistic shows the market shares of leading car brands in Germany in April 2020, based on the number of new car registrations in that month. Volkswagen topped the ranking with almost 17.2 percent share, followed by BMW and Ford.

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