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  • COVID-19 cases worldwide as of November 23, 2020, by country

    Nov 23, 2020 | Diseases

    As of November 16, 2020, the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) had been confirmed in over 210 countries or territories. The virus had infected almost 55 million people worldwide, and the number of deaths had totaled reached around 1.3 million. The most severely affected countries include the U.S., Brazil, and Mexico. COVID-19: background information COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that had not previously been identified in humans. The first case was detected in the Hubei province of China at the end of December 2019. The virus is highly transmissible, and thousands of new cases are being reported around the world each day. Coughing and sneezing are believed to be the most common forms of transmission, which is similar to the outbreak of the SARS coronavirus that began in 2002 and was thought to have spread via cough and sneeze droplets expelled into the air by infected persons. Naming the coronavirus disease Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that can be transmitted between animals and people, causing illnesses that may range from the common cold to more severe respiratory syndromes. In February 2020, the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses and the World Health Organization announced official names for both the virus and the disease it causes: SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, respectively. The name of the disease is derived from the words corona, virus, and disease, while the number 19 represents the year that it emerged.

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  • Number of apps available in leading app stores 2020

    Oct 14, 2020 | Apps

    What are the biggest app stores in the world? As of the third quarter of 2020, Android users were able to choose between 2.87 million apps, making Google Play the app store with biggest number of available apps. The Apple App Store was the second-largest app store with almost 1.96 million available apps for iOS. Whereas the exact number of apps may fluctuate as Apple and Google regularly remove low quality content from their app stores, the number of apps has been steadily increasing over the years. Average app price Applications generate revenue in several different ways, such as charging users a price for the download of an app, charging for access to premium features of an otherwise free app or simply selling ad space. The average price of an app in the App Store amounts to 1.02 U.S. dollars per app. Google Play may have the bigger number of apps available for download, but the Apple App Store is doing a better job at monetizing its mobile content. In the third quarter of 2020, global consumer spending on mobile apps via the Apple App Store amounted to 19 billion U.S. dollars, absolutely crushing the still impressive 10.3 billion U.S. dollars of the Google Play platform. Other app stores Whereas Apple and Google dominate the conversation regarding downloads and spending, there as a few other players with various degrees of market success and relevance. The Amazon Appstore offers approximately 450,000 Android apps to worldwide audiences. The most popular app categories in the Amazon Appstore are gaming, utility, and educational apps. There are also several third-party Android app stores in China, including the Tencent Appstore with over 100,000 available apps as of July 2020.

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  • Share of U.S. consumers shopping on Black Friday 2015-2020

    Nov 17, 2020 | Shopping Behavior

    Thirty six percent of surveyed U.S. consumers planned to do most of their holiday shopping on Black Friday in 2020. This is a significant decrease compared to 2015, when some 60 percent of respondents were planning to do the majority of their shopping during that time. Reasons for not going Not all consumers in the United States are excited about Black Friday: in 2019, the most common reason for not going to physical stores during the Black Friday period, was the fact that stores are simply too busy. Many consumers that were not willing to go also stated that online shopping was easier. Impulse purchases and budget During Black Friday, many products are at a reduced price and, as a result, bought on impulse. In 2018, impulse purchases in the United States were made most frequently for clothing, footwear, and consumer electronics. When asked how much consumers were likely to spend during that year’s Black Friday, compared to the previous year, almost half of U.S. consumers stated they were likely to spend the same amount.

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  • Number of votes cast in U.S. presidential elections 1824-2020

    Nov 23, 2020 | Historical Data

    Since 1824, when the popular vote was first used to determine the overall winner in U.S. presidential elections, the share of the population who participate in these elections has gradually increased. Despite this increase, participation has never reached half of the total population; partly due to the share of the population below the voting age of eighteen, but also as many potential voters above the age of eighteen do not take part, or are ineligible to vote. For example, in the 2016 election, approximately twenty million U.S. adults were ineligible to vote, while over 94 million simply did not participate; in this election, Donald Trump won the electoral college with 63 million votes, which means that 19.4 percent of the total U.S. population (or 27.3 percent of eligible voters) voted for the current president. Development throughout history While the figures for the 2016 election may appear low, over 42 percent of the total population participated in this election, which was the third highest participation rate ever recorded (after the 2008 and 2020 elections). In the first election decided by a popular vote in 1824, only 350 thousand votes were cast from a total population of 10.6 million, although this increased to over four million votes by the 1856 election, as restrictions that applied to non-property holding white males were gradually lifted. Participation levels then dropped during the Civil War and Reconstruction era, as those who lived in Confederate states could not vote in 1864, and many white southerners were restricted or discouraged in the following election. Although universal suffrage was granted to black males in the wake of the Civil War, the majority of black Americans lived in the southern states, where lawmakers introduced Jim Crow laws in the late 1800s to suppress and disenfranchise the black vote, as well as poor white voters. The next major milestone was the introduction of women's suffrage in 1920, which saw voter participation increase by seven million votes (or seven percent) between the 1916 and 1920 elections. Between the 1910s and 1970s, the Great Migration saw many black Americans move away from the south to northern and western states, where they faced fewer obstacles when voting and greater economic mobility. This period of black migration began to decline in the 1960s and 1970s, during which time many Jim Crow laws were repealed in the south, through legislation such as the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Female participation also grew gradually, and has exceeded male voting participation in all elections since the 1980s. The minimum voting age was lowered from 21 to 18 in all states in 1971, although this seemingly had a minimal impact on the short-term trajectory of voter participation. Recent elections The 1992 election was the first in which more than one hundred million votes were cast, which was almost 41 percent of the total population. All elections since 2004 have also had more than one hundred million votes cast, which has again been more than forty percent of the total population. Another key factor in the increase in voter participation is the fact that people are living longer than ever before, and that those aged 65 and over have had the highest turnout levels since 1992. While the numbers are yet to be finalized, the 2020 election proved to set new records for voter turnout. Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, which many thought could cause the lowest turnout in decades, a record number of voters cast their ballots early, setting a new record of votes just shy of 160 million. As of November 20, there are many votes still to be counted, therefore the final numbers have not been released; however Joe Biden and Donald Trump have already received 79.80 million and 73.78 million votes respectively, both beating Barack Obama's previous record of 69.3 million ballots in 2008.

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  • COVID-19 death rates in the United States as of November 23, 2020, by state

    Nov 23, 2020 | Diseases

    As of November 23, 2020, there have been almost 257 thousand deaths related to COVID-19 in the United States. The death rate from COVID-19 in the state of New York is 176 per 100,000 people. New York is one of the states with the highest number of COVID-19 cases. Pharma firms step up their efforts to fight virus The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which is causing the COVID-19 disease, is spreading from person to person and putting significant strain on health care s around the world. Pharmaceutical companies and research facilities are working hard to not only develop new drugs but to also test existing ones to find out if they can be used in the fight against the pandemic. AbbVie has supplied its brand name drug Actemra/RoActemra to clinical trials, while Roche is studying the efficacy of its branded drug Kaletra/Aluvia. Vaccine a step closer thanks to research groups Chinese ities shared the genetic sequence to the novel coronavirus in January 2020, allowing research groups to study how it invades human cells. The surface of the virus is covered with spike proteins, which enable it to bind to human cells. Once attached, the virus can enter the cells and start to make people ill. The spikes are of particular interest to drug manufacturers because they may hold the key to preventing viral entry.

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  • Number of new coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths in Europe since February 2020

    Nov 22, 2020 | Diseases

    As of November 22, 2020, there have been 368,554 deaths in Europe overall due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) since the first recorded European death in France on February 15. November 21 was the virus' deadliest day so far in Europe with 5,835 deaths. The United Kingdom has the highest number of deaths in Europe at 54,626, as of November 22. The worldwide number of confirmed cases of coronavirus was over 57 million as of November 20, 2020. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Facts and Figures page.

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  • Average spend per person during Black Friday in Europe 2019-2020, by country

    Nov 23, 2020 | Shopping Behavior

    Results of an October 2020 survey shows that the average expected spend per person during Black Friday in selected countries in Europe was decreased in 2020 compared to the previous year. Biggest drop in average expected spending per person was recorded in Spain as consumers stated they are planning to spend 195 euros per person, which is 65 euros less than 2019. Danish consumers had the lead in the group with an expected average spend of 278 euros per person in 2020.

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  • Cumulative COVID-19 tests India 2020

    Nov 20, 2020 | Medical Technology

    India tested over 129 million samples for the coronavirus (COVID-19) as of November 19, 2020. The number of people infected with the virus was growing across the south Asian country and the government swung into action to curtail further spread of the outbreak. The country went into lockdown on March 25, making it the largest lockdown in the world, restricting 1.3 billion people. After extensions of the lockdown, the country started easing restrictions by dividing districts into red, orange and green zones. Furthermore, economic activities had slowly begun to resume since the end of May. For further information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, please visit our dedicated Fact and Figures page.

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  • E-commerce market volume SEA 2019-2025 by country

    Nov 10, 2020 | Online Retail

    For 2025, the Indonesian e-commerce market was predicted to generate 83 billion U.S. dollars in online retail sales, increasing from 21 billion U.S. dollars in 2019. By 2025, Indonesia was forecasted to account for over 50 percent of the Southeast Asian e-commerce market likely due to a growing middle class and the increasing access to the internet. Other emerging markets include Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. E-commerce in Southeast Asia As of 2018, the leading product categories for online shopping categories of Southeast Asia were fashion, electronics and beauty. The consumers preferably purchase products in online marketplaces that offer brand clothing, on social media or on websites with other non-brand retailers. The preferred payment method was cash on delivery or via credit and debit card. Interestingly, the existence of online shopping enabled many consumers to become smart in buying. It is now possible to compare prices or read reviews online before buying in-store or to go in-store to check on product quality before buying something online. Omni-channel experiences through e-commerce With no doubt, e-commerce has been steadily growing with the emergence of numerous online retail brands and online marketplaces. Further, more and more fashion brands provide the option of browsing products on their online shop while consumers are shopping in the physical store, so the customer can check on size availability and order it for delivery to their 币圈大佬排名homes or to the store. Given that, omni-channel experiences are highly relevant for offering the customer more convenience and to increase customer loyalty.

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  • Coronavirus cases in Africa as of November 23, 2020, by country

    Nov 24, 2020 | Diseases

    As of November 23, 2020, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Africa amounted to 2,092,968, which represented around 3.5 percent of the infections around the world. By the same date, coronavirus cases globally were over 59.5 million, causing nearly 1.4 million deaths, while approximately 41.1 million people recovered from the disease. In the African continent, South Africa was the most drastically affected country, with more than 769.7 thousand infections, ranking as the sixteenth highest in number of cases out of 213 countries worldwide.

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