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Pew Research Center
12 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 31 - 8:08am
RT @pewjournalism: Newsroom employment at broadcast and cable TV stations has been relatively stable between 2008 and 2020. Radio broadcasting, however, has lost 26% of its newsroom employees, dropping from about 4,600 workers in 2008 to about 3,400 by 2020. https://t.co/sylMmZLnid https://t.co/ZPJAt0mwFL


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22 hours ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 10:34pm
RT @PewReligion: Two-thirds of adults who were raised as Orthodox (67%) and Reform Jews (65%) still identify with those branches, respectively. https://t.co/8kecMRNHDU https://t.co/N68A3cptGO


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 7:13pm
68% of Republicans in the U.S. say they would feel somewhat or very uncomfortable using gender-neutral pronouns to refer to someone else; 67% of Democrats say they would feel somewhat or very comfortable with it. https://t.co/OYh67CRZwi https://t.co/1pd7bXuC6u


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 2:03pm
Among 17 advanced economies surveyed, ideological divides on coronavirus restrictions are largest in the U.S., with 52% of conservatives and 7% of liberals saying there should have been fewer restrictions. https://t.co/VL5rn581RM https://t.co/rHmz2yf0du


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 1:51pm
RT @johngramlich: As mask mandates return to the US, new research from @pewglobal shows that Americans on the ideological right are more likely than their ideologically conservative counterparts in other countries to favor fewer restrictions on public activity. https://t.co/VlEVOAlc6J https://t.co/5NyKyJOf4I


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 12:43pm
Younger Americans are less likely than older Americans to say there should have been fewer coronavirus restrictions, but age differences largely fall away when partisanship is taken into account. https://t.co/rYowrCsB1P https://t.co/zLaJzWZJNd


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 12:03pm
NEW: Those on ideological right favor fewer COVID-19 restrictions in most advanced economies https://t.co/llUduQjWh5 https://t.co/868WXnC8rv


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 9:52am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Maryland newspaper publishes final edition following Alden acquisition - MyPillow CEO pulls ads from Fox News following disagreement with network - How one local newsletter has expanded by avoiding politics and crime coverage & more: https://t.co/fD9E7p6RMP

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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 9:30am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Fact sheet on the Hmong population in the U.S. from @pewresearch. More live in Minneapolis-St. Paul, by far, than any other US city. #sunisa https://t.co/0qxlnh7qIi https://t.co/Yw5kEp0tDL

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 6:01am
Younger adults are considerably more likely than older adults to say having billionaires is bad for the country, and this age gap has grown wider over the last year. https://t.co/jnN51juOXs https://t.co/BuHJ5ZHMg2


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 12:35am
RT @PewReligion: Around six-in-ten Catholics (58%) also support capital punishment, a figure that includes 61% of Hispanic Catholics and 56% of White Catholics. https://t.co/1VmTLXM8OG https://t.co/tmWpsLwGjR


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:34pm
The share of Americans who say having billionaires is a good thing for the country has decreased somewhat since January 2020, from 19% to 15%. https://t.co/tFiPH6tBHQ https://t.co/mwqE7Xo2u5


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 7:13pm
RT @PewReligion: 49% of Americans who say religion is very important to them say their best guess is that intelligent life likely exists on other planets.https://t.co/spfr8AtW3n https://t.co/zfpibNe49B


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 4:17pm
RT @pewscience: While the vast majority (85%) of self-described atheists say their best guess is that intelligent life exists on other planets, far fewer (31%) say that UFOs reported by the military are definitely or probably evidence of this. https://t.co/PRbjmyZOeX https://t.co/0ZZlfruIzQ


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:55am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Today's economic news is a reminder of just how bad things got after the pandemic hit in spring of 2020. This chart is from April of last year: 'the public’s assessments of the U.S. economy have deteriorated with extraordinary speed and severity.' https://t.co/og0PxVwta8 https://t.co/eN7YcbYaOV


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:54am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Gawker relaunches under Bustle Media Group - The Miami Herald's Monica Richardson shares lessons from her career - UK journalists and campaign groups warn the Official Secrets Act could threaten investigative journalism & more: https://t.co/jSfKxv7n2F

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 6:01am
Among Democrats, the share who say billionaires are bad for the country has increased by 8 percentage points since 2020 (from 34% to 42%). https://t.co/a59a2iqo62 https://t.co/vEWjM8OEq0


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:35am
While the vast majority (85%) of self-described atheists say their best guess is that intelligent life exists on other planets, far fewer (31%) say that UFOs reported by the military are definitely or probably evidence of this. https://t.co/lsrC5SKOy1 https://t.co/wU4Es90NE4


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 10:34pm
49% of Americans who say religion is very important to them say their best guess is that intelligent life exists on other planets. By comparison, 76% of those who say that religion is less important in their lives say that intelligent life exists elsewhere.https://t.co/RJXhRxNiRg https://t.co/sGXchTnpYQ


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 7:13pm
Roughly three-in-ten Americans (29%) now say the fact that there are some people who have personal fortunes of a billion dollars or more is a bad thing for the country, up from about a quarter (23%) in January 2020. https://t.co/Hgjq1V2HkI https://t.co/d5KluvuxYz


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 2:52pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Sizable increase in share of young adults with negative views of of impact of billionaires. 50% of those under age 30 now say the fact that some people in US have fortunes of $1 billion or more is a bad thing for the country, up from 39% last year. https://t.co/O27JbGBiqX https://t.co/afmNCCfJmP


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 2:52pm
RT @DrAMDaniller: Our latest research finds that Americans have become more negative about billionaires since January 2020 - including both Democrats and Republicans. https://t.co/K4i0NXOHld

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 2:09pm
NEW: A growing share of U.S. adults say it’s a bad thing for the country that some people have personal fortunes of a billion dollars or more, though a majority continue to say it is neither good nor bad. https://t.co/JK1Y45AU4L

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 12:43pm
U.S. Christians are far less likely than religiously unaffiliated Americans to say that their “best guess” is that intelligent life exists on other planets (57% vs. 80%). https://t.co/lbCtvL9jPD https://t.co/jZaO8M510J


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 12:02pm
NEW: In the U.S., highly religious adults are more skeptical about the possibility of extraterrestrial life compared with those who are less religious. https://t.co/VwKKjfOiWU

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 11:27am
RT @CarrollDoherty: From March - 'Young adults stand out in the current survey for exhibiting higher levels of psychological distress than other age groups.' https://t.co/x1778GLkZu

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 11:16am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Gannett sells off local newspapers to local ownership - The Washington Post requires vaccines for employees to return to work - New research from Pew Research Center on key audience & economic indicators for U.S. media industry & more: https://t.co/gKrvhxJeaV

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 6:01am
People in both partisan coalitions are now more likely to report knowing a transgender person than in 2017, but Democrats and those who lean Democratic remain more likely than Republicans and GOP leaners to do so. https://t.co/nvjfNuOF2a https://t.co/MjJP0OP3LB


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 12:35am
74% of White Democrats and 60% of Hispanic Democrats say that someone can be a man or a woman even if that’s different from the sex they were assigned at birth. In turn, a majority of Black Democrats (58%) say the opposite. https://t.co/p9yS490bUK https://t.co/Ug4pnrEUWm


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 10:34pm
Younger adults, Democrats and those with more education are generally more likely to report knowing a transgender person or someone who uses gender-neutral pronouns, according to our new survey. https://t.co/t0WHAUc4c6 https://t.co/HyCNwL4vQM


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 7:13pm
In a year dominated by major news events, U.S. cable news channels saw explosive audience growth in 2020 https://t.co/QwzxP55V7e https://t.co/cheHYlfoip


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 4:17pm
For more than 50 years, U.S. newspapers had more annual revenue from advertising than from circulation. But with ad revenue in a long-term decline and circulation revenue holding steady, the two streams finally crossed in 2020 https://t.co/8CF0qTp6X0 https://t.co/0D14omHILM


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 2:25pm
RT @pewjournalism: 🚨 NEW 🚨 6 takeaways about the state of the U.S. news media in 2020, covering key audience and economic indicators for a variety of sectors across the media industry. https://t.co/4g5q4RtO4g

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 2:05pm
Every two years, we publish fact sheets about the U.S. news media industry, tracking key audience and economic indicators for a variety of sectors. Here are some key findings about the state of the news media in 2020: https://t.co/5o1vK3ToBi

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 1:00pm
56% of U.S. adults say that someone’s gender is determined by sex assigned at birth; 41% say it can differ from sex assigned at birth. https://t.co/EuzyzTGGGE https://t.co/8ln2ddmPJX


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 12:43pm
Growing shares of U.S. adults say they know someone who is transgender or who goes by a gender-neutral pronoun. Yet there has been no shift on some related questions, such as whether Americans are comfortable using such pronouns to refer to others. https://t.co/f9uRq4A7jQ

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 12:00pm
Age and political party are strongly related to Americans’ comfort level with using gender-neutral pronouns to refer to someone. https://t.co/6LC6QGjnoc https://t.co/eoH65qZ1gO


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 11:30am
Growing shares of Americans across all age groups say they know someone who goes by gender-neutral pronouns. https://t.co/rg3t4KrnCT https://t.co/HZ6o8EQGCU


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 11:17am
NEW: Rising shares of U.S. adults know someone who is transgender or goes by gender-neutral pronouns https://t.co/gu0Xoejoef

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 9:35am
RT @pewmethods: From measuring inequality to adjusting for inflation, a new post on Decoded provides answers to some of the common questions about the economic terms, concepts and adjustments we use in our work: https://t.co/Bvx0dRoSRM

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 9:19am
RT @CarrollDoherty: In March, fewer than half of Republicans - 43% - said their party should be accepting of GOP officials who openly criticize Donald Trump. Even fewer - 35% - said the party should be accepting of GOP officials who backed Trump's impeachment or conviction. https://t.co/uXbsx8ctoa https://t.co/VJnDF1uXlH


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 6:01am
RT @PewReligion: For most of India’s Hindus, religious and national identities are closely linked https://t.co/TDZqUT5U7t https://t.co/vbawNiFqWz


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 12:35am
For U.S. immigrant workers, the median wage has fallen 4.9% from the second quarter of 2020 to the second quarter of 2021, at least in part due to the restoration of lower-wage jobs. https://t.co/yBj2vRd9hm https://t.co/P0yfWwwOxE


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4 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 10:34pm
As the pandemic struck, the economy-wide median hourly wage increased sharply from 2019 to 2020 in the U.S., reflecting the fact that higher-wage workers were more likely to have held on to their jobs. https://t.co/d9Nl2x0W3R https://t.co/bL3a5SfAHC


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 7:13pm
The economic recovery from the COVID-19 recession has opened a wider gap in the unemployment rate in favor of Hispanic and Asian immigrants compared with U.S.-born Hispanic and Asian workers. https://t.co/ztgFzqlD8D https://t.co/79nmF7zaiK


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 4:17pm
Among U.S. Hispanic workers, the unemployment rate for immigrants increased from 5.0% pre-COVID to 16.2% in the second quarter of 2020. Similarly, the unemployment rate among U.S.-born Hispanic workers increased by about 11 percentage points at that time.https://t.co/wO611Fvqmr https://t.co/PGpMjTmaXr


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 2:03pm
The pandemic-driven volatility in unemployment was most notable among immigrant women in the U.S. The unemployment rate for foreign-born women jumped to 17.3% in the second quarter of 2020, a greater increase than was experienced by U.S.-born women. https://t.co/KDUpT3RKDr https://t.co/BVo1sAvmWY


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:54pm
RT @RakeshKochhar: Unemployment among immigrants increased more sharply at the beginning of the pandemic, but they have since closed the gap with U.S.-born workers https://t.co/YGQv6wtNyC

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:43pm
Immigrant workers in the U.S. entered the pandemic on the same footing as U.S.-born workers but saw their unemployment rate increase more sharply with the onset of the COVID-19 recession. A year later, unemployment among both groups is about equal. https://t.co/83tI12PU5s https://t.co/hYo4sthnT1


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:37pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW from @pewresearch: Unemployment rates for Asian and Hispanic immigrants dropped below the rate for the U.S.-born Asians and Hispanics during the recovery. https://t.co/kRchghaf84 @PewHispanic https://t.co/uK0nqGgNeD


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 11:31am
The onset of the pandemic sent the unemployment rate for immigrants soaring higher than the rate for U.S.-born workers. By the second quarter of 2020, the unemployment rate for foreign-born workers was 15.3%, compared with 12.4% for U.S.-born workers. https://t.co/U26Qaiik9r https://t.co/DrdubZrxa0


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 11:07am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - U.S. television audience for Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony hits 33-year low - Maria Taylor joins NBC after departure from ESPN last week - NSA reveals Tucker Carlson’s identity was unmasked & more: https://t.co/45b0imRdWj

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 11:02am
NEW: Immigrants in U.S. experienced higher unemployment in the pandemic but have closed the gap https://t.co/NtZvX0hbLQ

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 6:01am
RT @pewglobal: The sense that the EU has handled the pandemic well is related to a positive assessment of the EU in every public surveyed. https://t.co/wZ4XWkF85V https://t.co/tmuEcpUOGE


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:35am
RT @pewinternet: As lawmakers are considering antitrust legislation to weaken major tech companies’ dominance of their markets, 56% of Americans support more regulation of major technology companies. https://t.co/bFPYr0S6sV https://t.co/LddGcwufoz


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5 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 10:13pm
37% of Americans say that if the government were to take steps to reduce the size of major technology companies, it would be mostly a good thing, while somewhat smaller shares say either it would mostly be a bad thing or not make much of a difference. https://t.co/dkqWxU5Ety https://t.co/BHOs6jxobW


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5 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 8:58pm
56% of Americans support more regulation of major technology companies https://t.co/EGeWLQWUnK https://t.co/uIQ4o6hOvP


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 5:09pm
RT @PewReligion: Hindus in India’s Northern and Central regions are the most likely to say being a Hindu is very important to be truly Indian, while Hindus in the South and Northeast express the weakest association between national and religious identities https://t.co/YHrx8PtmXn https://t.co/SDmxR85U0y


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 2:00pm
Q&A: A conversation about U.S. election polling problems in 2020 https://t.co/ekxUWrT9O6 https://t.co/7l7RsZplwz


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 10:10am
As border remains closed, Canadians are critical of U.S. pandemic response but still view their neighbor favorably https://t.co/Ns0g9mgWOI https://t.co/pz4cOfd3v5


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 8:08am
RT @pewglobal: Overall views on whether the national economic situation is good or not vary greatly across the 17 publics surveyed. A median of 52% say that the current economic situation is bad, while 47% say it is good. https://t.co/Cy9FBPr7in https://t.co/oP3OLJq1Ps


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6 days ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 10:13pm
Even in many of the U.S. jurisdictions that authorize the death penalty, executions are rare: 13 of these states, along with the U.S. military, haven’t carried out an execution in a decade or more. https://t.co/s2pOxrchrK https://t.co/Tx1PGnymLx


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 8:50pm
77% of Black Americans say voting is a right for every U.S. citizen and should not be restricted, as do 63% of Hispanic Americans and 66% of Asian Americans. White Americans are divided: 51% say voting is a right, while 48% say it is a privilege. https://t.co/lXv3NhDKXM https://t.co/Ap70VFU3Zz


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 5:09pm
About two-thirds of Republicans (65%) say increasing job and economic growth is a very important consideration to them in proposals to reduce the effects of climate change, and 61% say the same about keeping consumer costs low. https://t.co/6tBBzlp9o5 https://t.co/2N4g4yOwrQ


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 4:10pm
RT @pewjournalism: % of U.S. adults who say each of the following groups has very high/high ethical standards: Medical doctors – 92% Police officers – 73% Religious leaders – 67% Lawyers – 44% Journalists – 43% Elected leaders – 27% https://t.co/YyGscnK7Dw https://t.co/cAkdJlxDXg


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 2:28pm
In 2020, the U.S. poverty line stood at $26,246 for a family of four. You can read more about how poverty is defined – and other common questions about economic terms and concepts – in a new primer on our methodology blog, Decoded. https://t.co/TIQ9YxExwK

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 2:00pm
Within partisan groups, views about whether voting is a fundamental right vary with age, race and ethnicity, and education. https://t.co/Uvbd0xlyB9 https://t.co/8IoeizfXAo


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 1:47pm
RT @c_deane: Climate change may not be a top issue for most Republicans, but there are a few policy approaches that garner majority support even among conservative Republicans (trees anyone?) @pewresearch survey analyzed by @alec_h_tyson https://t.co/naTPWunLXZ https://t.co/W8JUFpVbFO


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 12:03pm
Our income calculator can show you whether you’re in the global middle class. Try it out here: https://t.co/0a7h8mYD0L https://t.co/ij72FluyJv


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 10:10am
Canadians’ recent positive evaluations of Joe Biden are a departure from those of his predecessor, who consistently received poor ratings from people in the country. Last summer, then-President Donald Trump earned the confidence of only 20% of Canadians. https://t.co/l9vWkG90oT https://t.co/Oo14Iadrhv


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 8:08am
Majorities across political ideologies in both parties say major tech companies have too much economic influence. Still, conservative Republicans (80%) are the most likely to say this, followed by liberal Democrats (74%). https://t.co/dkqWxU5Ety https://t.co/7GKemdkXkU


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 10:34pm
Most Canadians have confidence in Joe Biden to do the right thing regarding world affairs, with 77% holding this view. https://t.co/l9vWkG90oT https://t.co/MvxV8yFYvV


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 7:13pm
% who say voting is a privilege that comes with responsibilities and can be limited: • Total: 42% • Rep: 67% • Dem: 21% % who say voting is a fundamental right for every U.S. citizen and should not be restricted: • Total: 57% • Rep: 32% • Dem: 78% https://t.co/YsozMc0VCG https://t.co/Xh0nT7yoNC


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 5:56pm
RT @johngramlich: Sierra Leone today became the 23rd African country to abolish the death penalty. The US remains a death penalty nation, but 11 states have repealed it since 2004, and 13 of the 27 states that retain it haven't carried out an execution in 10+ years. https://t.co/OpWmYzRq68 https://t.co/WCAakMiIAZ


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 5:56pm
RT @pewmethods: NEW: What’s the difference between income and wealth? How is poverty measured? What does it mean to seasonally adjust jobs figures? A new post on the @pewresearch methods blog, Decoded, answers common questions about economic terms and concepts: https://t.co/Bvx0dR7i0e

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 5:55pm
RT @pewscience: % of Republicans who say human activity contributes __ to climate change: •A great deal: 17% •Some: 42% •Not too much: 28% •Not at all: 12% https://t.co/UT6BT3Ttag https://t.co/3IkY4xNkCI


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 4:17pm
What went wrong with U.S. election polling in 2020? In this Q&A, experts discuss a new report on that topic from the major professional association of U.S. pollsters. https://t.co/Ng3K8vz2rm https://t.co/JeCWI4v21f


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 3:51pm
Democrats are much more confident than Republicans that people who aren’t legally qualified to vote are prevented from doing so: 79% say they are either very or somewhat confident that happens, compared with just 30% of Republicans. (2/2) https://t.co/udu7eg8vKy https://t.co/x4nr1aduGK


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 3:50pm
81% of Americans say it’s at least somewhat important to prevent people who aren’t legally qualified to vote from doing so. Majorities in each party say this is at least somewhat important, but Republicans are more likely to say it’s very important. (1/2) https://t.co/udu7eg8vKy https://t.co/mmVUEOaXAE


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 3:45pm
Sign up for our weekly newsletter, which comes out on Saturdays and rounds up all our latest publications: https://t.co/8risv7xfu6 https://t.co/etPcEYv4pb


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 3:03pm
When it comes to policy proposals aimed at reducing the effects of climate change, large majorities of Republicans favor planting more trees and offering a carbon capture tax credit. https://t.co/T8bCOVahRH https://t.co/AmG9OqRfE2


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 2:03pm
RT @johngramlich: % of Americans (by race/ethnicity) who say voting is a "fundamental right for every US citizen and should not be restricted" Black: 77% Asian: 66% Hispanic: 63% White: 51% https://t.co/V5sIh5RpXE https://t.co/ju7CcFJJXz


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 1:04pm
Younger adults are more likely than older adults to say that voting is a fundamental right for U.S. adult citizens: 62% of Americans ages 18 to 49 say that voting is a fundamental right, while 52% of Americans 50 and older say this. https://t.co/xMIgaqxkhH https://t.co/RZJdSMtvzR


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 12:43pm
Few Republicans express deep concern about addressing climate change: Only 10% call it a top personal concern, compared with a much larger share of Democrats (49%). https://t.co/TLmG2R2kzj https://t.co/cZlYs66pxN


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 12:01pm
NEW: On climate change, Republicans are open to some policy approaches, even as they assign the issue low priority https://t.co/OnZuJBBN4u https://t.co/pq6zMhPYKm


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 10:52am
RT @c_deane: Interesting look at Americans' attitudes toward potential regulation of tech companies. Always gets my attention nowadays when there AREN'T big partisan differences. By @Emily_Vogels "56% of Americans support more regulation of major technology companies" https://t.co/e4I0I0wxhm https://t.co/D6KcM1I7fF


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 10:27am
Economic concepts aren't always as understandable to the rest of us as they are to economists, and the jargon can be difficult to parse. On our methodology blog, @katschaeffer explains some of the common terms and concepts we use in our economic studies. https://t.co/xzGwxZu55J

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 10:05am
Income, wealth, poverty, deficit, debt: A new post on our methodology blog, Decoded, explains these and other common terms and concepts that come up in our economic studies. https://t.co/xzGwxZu55J

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 9:54am
RT @tedvangreen: New from @pewresearch 87% of Republicans are at least somewhat confident that legally qualified people are able to vote if they want to. Democrats express less confidence, with 69% saying the same. https://t.co/Db7OUGkXev https://t.co/Sa1M4n5ZHz


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 9:54am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Reporter suing The Washington Post for discrimination after coming forward about sexual assault - Democratic senators introduce a bill to limit COVID-19 misinformation on social media - Afghan journalists face risks from the Taliban https://t.co/HMZ3FRbFv9

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 9:33am
RT @B_radJ_ones: Illuminating analysis from my colleagues on partisan divides in views of voting among the general public Nearly all Democrats see voting as a fundamental right that should not be restricted Most Republicans see it as a privilege that can be limited https://t.co/fhIzXM72Sc https://t.co/rU4uKq1Ds7


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 6:01am
77% of Black Americans say voting is a right for every U.S. citizen and should not be restricted, as do 63% of Hispanic Americans and 66% of Asian Americans. White Americans are divided: 51% say voting is a right, while 48% say it is a privilege. https://t.co/uJvPYCRzJW https://t.co/uViQFU7sB6


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 12:35am
% of Canadians who say __ has done a good job dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, in 2020 and 2021: • Canada: 88% ↘️ 65% • U.S.: 16% ↗️ 37% https://t.co/1lK5ltqU55 https://t.co/3uMS0IOacn


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 7:13pm
In the U.S., 17 people were put to death in 2020, the fewest since 1991 and far below the modern peak of 98 in 1999. https://t.co/s2pOxrchrK https://t.co/23p3t0hIEt


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 5:16pm
87% of Republicans are at least somewhat confident that legally qualified people are able to vote if they want to. Democrats express less confidence: 69% say they are at least somewhat confident that legally qualified people can cast a ballot. (2/2) https://t.co/udu7eg8vKy https://t.co/9umICNOBbG


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 5:15pm
Nearly all Americans (94%) – including 95% of both Republicans and Democrats – say it is important that people who are legally qualified to vote are able to cast a ballot, with 82% saying it is very important. (1/2) https://t.co/udu7eg8vKy https://t.co/8stVDevDjF


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 4:48pm
From June: Key facts about the abortion debate in America https://t.co/XrxdQsu3YG https://t.co/xUyQr0xARq

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 4:17pm
RT @pewscience: Women have increased their share of employment in some of the higher profile health-related STEM occupations. https://t.co/3Gz8jFUy2A https://t.co/kiaoW9sat8


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 3:19pm
As political battles continue around the nation over voting access and restrictions, a new survey finds that a majority of Americans (57%) say voting is “a fundamental right for every adult U.S. citizen and should not be restricted in any way.” https://t.co/9LicoTTMOb https://t.co/Nsk5JH9nYB


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 2:46pm
The major professional association of U.S. pollsters, @AAPOR, has released a comprehensive report about the polling errors of 2020. Here, we discuss the report’s findings and their implications for polling. https://t.co/1jlta52K8B https://t.co/cLlUfWoh0G


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