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  • president of the United States, is the most powerful job in the world.

  • So which voters will decide who wins the 2020 election?

  • Let's take a closer look.

  • The U.

  • S population is estimated to be 330 million, but only 245 million of those are Americans over 18 who are eligible to vote.

  • That's 74%.

  • If a recent history is a guide on Lee, just over half of those are likely to turn out in November's election.

  • So we're down to about 140,000,042% of the population.

  • However, the U.

  • S president is not chosen by who wins the most votes.

  • Nationally, it's actually a Siris of winner takes All contests in each of the 50 states most always vote for either a Democrat or Republican.

  • While some states lean towards one party or the other in 2020.

  • That leaves seven key battleground states where the election will be won and lost.

  • Donald Trump Joe Biden Record gains campaigns will be focusing their attention and money on voters here, lucky them.

  • Number of registered voters across those seven states is 36.7 million.

  • That's just 11% of the total population.

  • But experts say most of these registered voters will never actually switched sides at most, 15% are potentially persuadable.

  • That's 5.5 million voters in battleground states, or less than 2% of the national population.

  • The 2016 election proved how crucial every vote in these places can be.

  • Trump won Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin by a combined total of 107,000 votes, just 0.3% of the population.

  • And on the ground in Michigan, his margin of victory came down to the equivalent of just to voters per local precinct.

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