Date on which U.S. fast-food workers are planning another nationwide strike in their fight for a $15 hourly wage and union rights: 11/10/2015

Number of cities where protests at fast-food restaurants are set to take place: 270

Number of other cities where labor and allied groups plan to hold simultaneous rallies in solidarity with the striking workers: 200

Rank of this upcoming strike among the largest planned since the fast-food workers movement began: 1

Years fast-food and other low-wage workers have been organizing through Fight for $15, a group backed by the Service Employees International Union: 3

The same day as the nationwide strike, number of low-wage workers who plan to protest at the Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee: thousands

Portion of the Republican presidential candidates who say they oppose raising the current federal hourly minimum wage of $7.25: most

Portion of the top Democratic presidential contenders who support raising the minimum wage to at least $12: all

Portion of working Americans who earn less than $15 an hour that Fight for $15 organizers plan to mobilize in the coming year with voter registration drives and get-out-the-vote efforts: many

Number of working Americans who earn less than $15 an hour: 64 million

Percent of Americans who support an increase in the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2020: 63

Percent of Americans who support an increase in the federal minimum wage to at least $12.50 by 2020: 75

Percent of Republicans who support the $12.50 minimum wage: 53

Percent of U.S. workers paid less than $15 an hour who support a $15 minimum wage and union rights: 75

Percent of low-wage workers in the South who do: 77

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