We made it to the Friday before Election Day. Here's what to know

October 30, 2020 at 04:03

A version of this story appeared in CNN's What Matters newsletter.
"Excess death" data may reveal Covid's true death toll -- CNN has tracked more than 228,000 deaths attributed to Covid.
But recent CDC data suggests a much higher rate of "excess deaths" in the US from January through October.
But recent CDC data suggests a much higher rate of "excess deaths" in the US from January through October.
So it's simple math (and maybe some opposites attract) that households will be split by this election.
Here's Nate Silver to Darcy on this year's modeling: "We're not going out on any sort of limb here.
House and Senate seats move toward Democrats -- It's not just the presidential map that's getting more difficult for Republicans.
Florida -- Trump won by 1+ point in 2016A week ago Democrats had a 9 percentage point lead in ballots cast.
North Carolina - Trump won by more than 3+ points in '16Democrats had a 12-point advantage over Republican ballots cast last week.
Nevada - Clinton won by 2-points in '16Last week, Democrats led Republicans by 12 points.
Now, the 42% of ballots cast by Democrats is now only seven points higher than Republicans' 35%.
Key thing to remember: Republicans have indicated they are more likely to vote on Election Day, so there's an asterisk for this data.
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