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By Alyssa Newcomb

Take a deep breath -- we're in the home stretch of the 2016 campaign.

Ahead of Election Day on November 8, Google has revealed the burning questions on the minds of many Americans.

In the past 24 hours, Hillary Clinton has 53 percent of search interest versus Donald Trump's 47 percent, according to Google Trends.

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Based solely off search results, it appears more people are interested in what a Trump presidency would look like. Searches for "What if Trump wins?" were three times higher than "What if Clinton wins?"

The 2016 election has produced an array of unprecedented moments, and it's clear people are excited to exercise their right to vote. Google reported all-time highs for interest in voter registration status, where to vote and who's on the ballot.

The presidential election of course isn't the only horserace happening Tuesday night. A number of hot button propositions are on the state ballot.
Beyond the race between Clinton and Trump, the political issues generating the most buzz center around the issue of prescription drug price regulations and legalization of marijuana and hemp in California.