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The US is more racially diverse than ever. Here’s how that could impact this week’s election – SBS News

In the past two decades, the share of eligible Hispanic voters in the US has grown more than any other racial or ethnic group in battleground states. This is how…

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In an America that is becoming increasingly diverse, yet more divided, experts say the battle lines between the Democratic and Republican parties are slowly shifting.
And while race and ethnicity may not tell the whole story of this week’s presidential election result, or indeed future elections, demographic shifts have reshaped the United States’ pool of eligible voters. 
With growth in the populations of Hispanics (people who are from, or are descendants of, Spanish speaking countries) and Latinos…

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