The financial risk to U.S. business owners posed by COVID-19 outbreak varies by demographic group

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PEW Research Center, 4/23/20

“The economic fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak has put the jobs of many American workers in jeopardy, but it has also put in doubt the economic fortunes of many of the business owners who employ them.”

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Rep Lieu statement on PEW report that immigrates are 10 percent of U.S. 2020 Electorate

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Press Release, 2/26/20

“Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) issued the following statement after Pew Research Center released their new report demonstrating that a record 10 percent of the nation’s electorate – 23 million Americans – are immigrants who will be eligible to vote in the 2020 elections. In their report, Pew outlines how the number of eligible immigrant voters has increased by 93 percent since 2000. Hispanic and Asian immigrants make up the majority of the immigrant electorate, comprising of 7.5 million and 6.9 million potential 2020 voters, respectively.”

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Two-Thirds of Americans Expect Presidential Election Will Be Disrupted by COVID-19

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Pew Research Center, 4/28/20

“Over the past two months, the outbreak of the novel coronavirus has had a devastating impact on nearly all aspects of life in the United States. And now, most Americans expect it will disrupt the presidential election in November.”

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Most of the 23 million immigrants eligible to vote in 2020 election live in just five states

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Pew Research Center 3/3/20

“About one-in-ten people eligible to vote in this year’s U.S. presidential election are immigrants. And most (61%) of these 23 million naturalized citizens live in just five states.

California has more immigrant eligible voters (5.5 million) than any other state, more than New York (2.5 million) and Florida (2.5 million) combined. Texas and New Jersey round out the top five, with 1.8 million and 1.2 million immigrant eligible voters, respectively.”

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Naturalized Citizens Make Up Record One-in-Ten U.S. Eligible Voters in 2020

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Pew Research Center 2/26/20

“Since 2000, size of immigrant electorate nearly doubled to 23.2 million.”

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