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No. Nothing has change in terms of the taxpayer's perceptions of how the IRS processes returns. It's still pretty much a first-in, first out system. Those who send in their returns earliest, get their refunds (or bills, or audit letters) sooner than those who send them in later. The due date is still April 15th.
That number is subjective, last I heard there are 28 million and one unemployed. The one being me. doh! That is a speculative number, while the official is around 13 million. I guess those that can actually be counted, like still collecting unemployment or other benefits.