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Statistics can add authority, personal connection and urgency to a topic. Are you talking about people going hungry? What's the situation for people in Athens-Clarke county? Are you making a video for a group that fights poverty? What's the average income for this county? How many are in poverty? Statistics can be provided in a chart or graph, as a text quote, or part of a voice over as related images go by.

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Key to finding stats

Is this something trackable?

Who would track it?

Would it be public? How would I access it?