Your draft provides organized body paragraphs and a concise academic summary. In the introduction, consider combining and condensing the first two paragraphs to leave more room for analysis. You’ll also want to inform readers why your rhetorical analysis is important. Don’t forget to include your thesis/argument at the end of the introduction as well.
Throughout your body paragraphs, you do a good job of explaining why the use of ethos and statistics is effective.
Consider providing quotations or direct evidence that demonstrates the emotive language and use of logos. In short, you will want to back these claims up and expand your analysis. Don’t be afraid to explain the “so what?” of why these moves matter.

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