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Mapping the uneven recovery of America's small businesses 

Businesses in the retail and nightlife categories also saw more than half of closures become permanent. Image: Unsplash

Nick Routley

Creative Director and Writer, Visual Capitalist

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% change in number of small businesses open. Image: Opportunity Insights

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    Percentage of small businesses closed as of September 2020. Image: Opportunity Insights
    % change in number of small businesses open. Image: Opportunity Insights
    % change in number of small businesses open. Image: Opportunity Insights
    % change in number of small businesses revenue. Image: Opportunity Insights

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