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Here’s how the US ranks COVID-19 and other issues ahead of Election Day

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States are nearly unanimous in considering COVID-19 the top problem that the nation faces. But there’s no consensus on the next biggest issue, according to a new survey by researchers from Northeastern, Harvard, Northwestern, and Rutgers.

The map below shows the percentage of citizens in each state who view COVID-19 as the top problem facing the country right now. COVID-19 was the top concern in every state but Alaska, where it was second to climate change.

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