The Next to Die Watching death row
people were executed in the United States from 1976 through 2020.

For five and a half years, The Next to Die tracked every execution scheduled in the country.
States with executions since 2013, 2010, 2000 or before 2000. Empty indicates none since 1976.
The number of executions nationwide peaked around the turn of the century and has been in steady decline since then.

The Next to Die aimed to bring attention to the death penalty, a punishment that divides Americans. The Marshall Project continues its coverage of capital punishment in its Death Sentences series.

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