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Yes you can get unemployment. Resigning when the only other option was termination is effectively a termination according the unemployment. Now you may have a problem of proof if the employer protests your application for benefits, because they may say you voluntarily resigned, but you should try to prove that it in fact was not voluntary - e.g., you didn't have another job lined up, texts, emails..anything that goes to show you did not voluntarily leave.
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