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Preview | The New Deciders

Learn how Asian American, Black Millennial, Arab American and Latino Evangelical voters are exerting their growing strength and influence in this 2016 election special about power and politics, demographics and democracy. Watch AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS' special program "The New Deciders" September 6, 2016 at 10/9C on PBS.

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Black Millennial Roundtable

Maria Hinojosa hosts a roundtable of Black millennials from across the political spectrum to discuss civil rights and how to bring forth change in the state of North Carolina. Watch THE NEW DECIDERS at pbs.org/americabythenumbers.

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Extended Preview | The New Deciders

Learn how Asian American, Black Millennial, Arab American and Latino Evangelical voters are exerting their growing strength and influence in this 2016 election special about power and politics, demographics and democracy. Watch AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS' special program "The New Deciders" September 6, 2016 at 10/9C on PBS.

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Preview | Episode 8: The New Mad Men

Today's target consumer is increasingly multicultural. But is the advertising industry keeping up? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Nov 22 on PBS (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 7: Surviving Year One

The US ranks shockingly 56th in the world for infant mortality. In Rochester, New York, black and Latino babies die at three times the rate of white babies. Why is this happening, and what is Rochester doing to reverse these dramatic disparities? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Nov 15 on PBS (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 6: Pass or Fail in Cambodia Town

While Asian-Americans are the best-educated ethnic group in the US, Cambodian-American students graduate high school at a significantly lower rate, one of the lowest in the country. What is the cause of this educational crisis? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Nov 8 on PBS (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 5: Politics of the New South

Until recently, Clarkston had predominately white residents. It is now home to many refugees from all over the world, and for the first time, three former refugees are running for local elections. Are the changes in the electorate enough to change the face of local government in this small Southern town? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Nov 1 (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 4: Native American Boomtown

Discovering oil is like winning the lottery... or is it? Find out what happened to the Indian reservation in Fort Berthold, North Dakota following its oil boom in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 25 on PBS (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 3: Our Private Idaho

While the population of whites in the US has fallen over the last two decades, the town of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho remains a predominately white town, with 95% of its residents identifying as white in 2012. What are the challenges faced by those living in this homogenous community? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 18 on PBS (check local listings).

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Preview | Episode 2: Island of Warriors

The men and women of Guam are U.S. citizens who serve in the military at a rate that is three times higher than the rest of the country. Yet in 2012 Guam ranked last in per capita medical spending by the Veteran's Affairs. Why are Guam veterans not getting the services they needs? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 11 on PBS (check local listings).

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Model Minority Myth

Asian Americans are one of the best-educated groups in the country, but a startling number of Southeast Asian Americans aren’t graduating from high school.

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Preview | Episode 1: Mainstream, USA

In the last few decades, the town of Clarkston has undergone a significant demographic shift. Whites made up almost 90% of the residents of this small town in Georgia in 1980, but by 2012 over 80% of Clarkston residents were non-white. How are these rapid changes affecting this small town? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 4 on PBS (check local listings).

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High School Diploma: Game Changer

Why graduate? High school graduates make more money, are less likely to be unemployed, and live almost a decade longer than those who don’t finish school.

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