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How COVID-19 is affecting support for mail-in voting

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How will opinions change as cases across the country fluctuate—particularly in states, such as Arizona or Florida, where cases are rising sharply? That’s the question, says David Lazer, university distinguished professor of political science and computer and information sciences at Northeastern.

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