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14 minutes ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 2:09pm
RT @lrainie: New parental punishment: Digital Grounding.... 57% of parents take away their teen's mobile phone/internet privileges as a punishment ... And 57% often/sometimes limit how long their kid can use the phone or be online -- per @MonicaRAnders report https://t.co/4g7xoFp8Ze

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22 minutes ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 2:01pm
RT @pewinternet: More people in emerging and developing nations say mobile phones and social media have been good for them personally than say they have been good for society https://t.co/oAcIpjXvMr https://t.co/JvmhWs2woB


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46 minutes ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 1:37pm
4 facts about religion in New Zealand https://t.co/AT4MU50u0G https://t.co/3pRxq4ZbOD


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1 hour ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 1:03pm
Public confidence in the scientific community stands out as among the most stable of about 13 institutions rated in the General Social Survey #GSS since the mid-1970s. https://t.co/7h2NYmkogK https://t.co/ZVQrtyupzN


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1 hour ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:43pm
There is a sense in Europe that German power is rising, while French and British power is stable or declining https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/69rl07gBOG


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1 hour ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:31pm
Public confidence in scientists has remained stable for decades https://t.co/7h2NYmkogK https://t.co/UVHxEPo9t6


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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:22pm
RT @FactTank: Parents of teens ages 13 to 14 are significantly more likely than parents of older teens to monitor their teen’s digital activities or enforce screen time restrictions https://t.co/I5r6mWNoD1 https://t.co/WT0FpcRFh5


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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:19pm
RT @surveyfunk: Update with 2018 GSS and @pewresearch data shows public trust in #Scientists remains stable https://t.co/U2s0oybclm

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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:19pm
RT @briantkennedy: I dug into the recently released 2018 GSS with @surveyfunk. Here is what we found on public confidence in the scientific community: https://t.co/vW8pLb2Mfz

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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:07pm
Americans with less education are more likely to say the work they do will be automated in the future: 47% of those with a high school diploma or less say this, compared with 38% of those with some college and 27% of those with a college degree https://t.co/CCxq4zdecb https://t.co/7IvoWTQrsl


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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:54am
For a deeper explanation of the many factors behind the gender pay gap, watch our 2014 video: https://t.co/jnlksMESFT

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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:45am
RT @pewinternet: Most think robots and computers will take over many jobs now done by humans in the next 50 years 🇬🇷Greece 91% 🇯🇵Japan 89% 🇨🇦Canada 84% 🇦🇷Argentina 82% 🇵🇱Poland 79% 🇧🇷Brazil 79% 🇿🇦South Africa 73% 🇮🇹Italy 73% 🇭🇺Hungary 66% 🇺🇲U.S. 65% https://t.co/nEFFO9js3X https://t.co/xsLRBkGO5I


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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:39am
RT @mhugolopez: How do Europeans see immigrants? See our latest report from @pewglobal https://t.co/TOLqI95eon https://t.co/nxc6lyCLdo


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2 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:31am
In 2018, women earned 85% of what men earned, according to our analysis of median hourly earnings of both full- and part-time workers in the U.S. Based on this estimate, it would take an extra 39 days of work for women to earn what men did in 2018. https://t.co/ECku7wwQdj https://t.co/KTuOevmnJs


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3 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:20am
RT @FactTank: The narrowing, but persistent, gender gap in pay https://t.co/iJecy8aa71 https://t.co/L3Ptfyl2E0


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3 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 11:16am
6-in-10 Americans predict another 9/11 – or worse – by 2050 https://t.co/4niJBu3QSN https://t.co/7O2thEAwef


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3 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 10:37am
Across 10 nations, Europeans are more likely to: • Say immigrants want to be distinct than assimilate • Say immigration increases the risk of terrorism • Support taking in refugees fleeing violence and war • Support high-skilled immigration https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/StMdG17J1A


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3 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 10:30am
Are you among the roughly two-thirds of U.S. parents who say they worry about their teen spending too much time in front of screens? https://t.co/QibxkZSIP2 https://t.co/fjHvot80Zo


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4 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 10:15am
RT @japoushter: Confidence in Chinese President Xi to do the right thing regarding world affairs (2018): 🇬🇧 39% 🇳🇱 35% 🇩🇪 30% 🇸🇪 29% 🇫🇷 26% 🇭🇺 21% 🇪🇸 15% 🇮🇹 14% 🇬🇷 11% 🇵🇱 9% 🇪🇺 24% (10-country median) https://t.co/mY0gQqwQdK https://t.co/NzUpPETHAl


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4 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 10:02am
RT @MonicaRAnders: Have a teen? Worry about what they do online? You're not alone. 65% of parents say they worry at least some about their teen spending too much time in front of screens @FactTank https://t.co/YJUxXPUpnp https://t.co/V0vgV4uoUm


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4 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 9:51am
What will the US look in 2050? @kim_c_parker joins a panel of experts at #US2050 to discuss the key findings from our new report on Americans' views of the future. Watch live now: https://t.co/CGDFwyoYX5 https://t.co/u3t8LDi0S8

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4 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 9:45am
RT @pewjournalism: Media Headlines: - New Gawker editor named ahead of site relaunch. - A look at misinformation on Instagram. - Facebook explains why the Christchurch video wasn't detected. & more: https://t.co/EY5kbYft5c

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5 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 9:16am
RT @FactTank: More than nine-in-ten U.S. teens ages 13 to 17 say they have access to a smartphone or use social media. Increased connectivity can come with challenges for teens and their parents. Here are seven key findings about parents, teens and digital technology https://t.co/I5r6mWNoD1 https://t.co/n0FHdDEnBC


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5 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 8:51am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Here's the long-term trend on views of replacing electoral college w/ popular vote (via constitutional amendment), among public overall and partisans, based on surveys by @pewresearch and @Gallup https://t.co/X74n7j37E8 https://t.co/ncguPc5eDK


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5 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 8:43am
RT @PewReligion: New this week: How do religious groups view the Trump presidency? Our analysis looks at all the data we have from inauguration through the present: https://t.co/CecbGMMQxv https://t.co/zFMI60o6xW


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5 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 8:35am
Few Europeans want their country to admit more immigrants https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/BCA9OjZPOL


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7 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 7:07am
Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting France, Italy and Monaco to strengthen relations with potential European investment partners. He does so at a time when EU countries lack confidence in him and do not embrace the idea of Chinese global leadership https://t.co/2cu1bm8fx8 https://t.co/h59J4x51X8


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8 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 6:01am
The EU garners higher ratings than the European Parliament or European Commission https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/omDqw43h0f


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9 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 4:27am
Few in Europe approve of how the EU is handling the refugee issue https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/XOBTUOhtlt


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11 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 3:04am
Share who say fewer/no immigrants should be allowed to move to their country: 🇬🇷Greece 82% 🇭🇺Hungary 72% 🇮🇹Italy 71% 🇩🇪Germany 58% 🇸🇪Sweden 52% 🇵🇱Poland 49% 🇫🇷France 41% 🇳🇱Netherlands 39% 🇬🇧UK 37% 🇪🇸Spain 30% https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/WEjUPbyrXv


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12 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 2:07am
Positive views of the EU are more common among: • Younger Europeans • Those on the political left • Those with more education https://t.co/KHFNls1l1d

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14 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 12:03am
People in European nations see the EU favorably, with the exception of the UK and Greece https://t.co/KHFNls1l1d https://t.co/n9Y65v5TYm


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15 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:34pm
A median of 77% in Europe favor taking in refugees from nations where people are fleeing violence and war https://t.co/KHFNlsiWpN https://t.co/eVlcKFpaS1


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16 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 9:30pm
Blacks and Hispanics are much more likely than whites to say a majority nonwhite population will strengthen American culture https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN https://t.co/Dv6kGkpPt1


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17 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:58pm
RT @jmhorowitz78: New @pewresearch report on what Americans see when they look ahead to 2050. https://t.co/y2rVqlHhBL

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18 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:11pm
Most Americans expect income inequality to worsen over the next three decades. Majorities say the economy will be weaker, the nation’s debt burden will be heavier, the environment will be in worse condition & health care will be less affordable than today https://t.co/TYN5xLPR2x

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18 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:01pm
RT @PewReligion: In our decade of studies on the topic, New Zealand has had low levels of both government restrictions on religion and social hostilities involving religion: https://t.co/5Ls59rZiXu https://t.co/GdCOwDQcny


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18 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 7:57pm
RT @FactTank: 55% of Americans say the Constitution should be amended so that the candidate who wins the most votes in the presidential election would win, while 41% say the current Electoral College system should be kept https://t.co/mB1JDix9bl https://t.co/NbFDxC53E7


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18 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 7:56pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW: among the many findings in @pewresearch's new report on the US public's views of the country in 2050, large majorities expect a woman and a Hispanic president in the next thirty years https://t.co/MN1X54FRg8 https://t.co/bhNA6Ldmmm


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20 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 6:06pm
6-in-10 Americans predict that that the U.S. will be less important in the world in 2050, a view more widely held by whites and those with more education https://t.co/4niJBu3QSN https://t.co/bInkobvhQH


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20 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 5:35pm
RT @MonicaRAnders: Lots of interesting findings in @pewresearch's new report: Americans believe science & tech will have a positive impact in solving future problems, but only around one-third say increasing spending on scientific research should be a top gov't priority https://t.co/oRutcvDcxX https://t.co/U5VCWl5Fdx


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:58pm
More than 8-in-10 Americans are worried about the ability of political leaders to solve the country’s biggest problems; about half are very worried https://t.co/UeviST3lMT https://t.co/PMhWIBBiMg


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:44pm
Majorities of Americans predict that by 2050: • A woman will be elected president • A Hispanic person will be elected president • A cure for Alzheimer’s disease will be found https://t.co/4niJBu3QSN https://t.co/3g4kjOU1wJ


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:43pm
RT @pewinternet: 69% of teens say social media sites help teens interact with people from different backgrounds https://t.co/7ab2mvADaz https://t.co/qKmNhLe2m0


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:31pm
48% of U.S. adults younger than 50 expect to receive no #SocialSecurity benefits when they retire https://t.co/jsYizdmAHi https://t.co/VPc4DdjNCp


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:25pm
RT @abigailgeiger: When Americans look to the future of the U.S. over the next 30 years... 60% say the U.S. will be less important in the world 73% say the gap between rich and poor will grow 65% say the country will be more politically divided https://t.co/XzIthC61fn https://t.co/KcnYEjADI1

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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:17pm
For Republicans, the country’s moral health is a major concern: 49% are very worried about the moral values of Americans when thinking about the country’s future https://t.co/4niJBu3QSN

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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:08pm
RT @kim_c_parker: In thinking about the future, Americans are looking to science and technology - not government - to solve the biggest problems the country faces https://t.co/FfaS3rY3UQ https://t.co/0JMr98YIWR


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 4:00pm
Few Americans predict a better standard of living for families in 2050 https://t.co/SAG66o9ovs https://t.co/kJIWPmxjhb


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:53pm
RT @tonyflores_san: About 2-in-3 Americans say that a Hispanic will be the U.S. president by 2050 https://t.co/L1JAkouYk7 https://t.co/k6r6mwhFzZ


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:41pm
Most Americans predict that automation in the workplace will increase inequality between the rich and the poor and will not result in new, better-paying jobs https://t.co/CCxq4zdecb https://t.co/uVkMCvgksy


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:32pm
Most Americans agree that the workplaces of the future will be heavily automated, but fewer believe their own jobs will be automated https://t.co/CCxq4zdecb https://t.co/vOsEFDclQ8


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:25pm
Thinking about the future, most Americans worry about the country’s moral values; half say religion will become less important https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN

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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:19pm
RT @MonicaRAnders: 46% of white Americans think that the U.S. becoming a majority-minority nation will weaken the country's customs & values (25% of Hispanics & 18% of blacks say the same) NEW survey data from @pewresearch https://t.co/NVuOVXjAPy https://t.co/UTCWPBZmhw


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:11pm
Share of Americans who predict the average family’s standard of living will ___ by 2050: • Get worse 44% • Get better 20% • Stay about the same 35% https://t.co/4niJBu3QSN https://t.co/zjnOcPhABX


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:09pm
Black and Hispanic Americans are more optimistic than white Americans about the future of the U.S. https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN https://t.co/fMPa8raAwF


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 3:02pm
A large majority of Americans say health care for all would benefit future generations https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN https://t.co/NLiuRcneSi


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:55pm
RT @FactTank: A majority of adults are pessimistic about the environment, and many are worried about climate change. https://t.co/onZ6CWP3x2 https://t.co/c08tWsUrgm


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:50pm
Majorities of Americans predict a tough financial future for older adults in 2050: • 72% say older adults will be less prepared for retirement • 83% say people will need to work into their 70s to afford retirement https://t.co/jsYizdmAHi https://t.co/3v2JPnPfbx


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:43pm
RT @FactTank: 73% of Americans say the gap between the rich and the poor will grow wider by 2050. This includes 75% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents and 71% of Republicans and GOP leaners https://t.co/onZ6CWP3x2 https://t.co/g6FKj0qdzu


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:40pm
Partisans agree that polarization will worsen in the future https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN https://t.co/sG8Snd657h


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:34pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW: About half of Americans say having a majority nonwhite population will lead to more racial and ethnic conflicts https://t.co/MN1X54FRg8 @pewresearch @PewHispanic https://t.co/3AtwHBoTjc


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:29pm
Republicans and Democrats are deeply divided in their predictions for the future of the U.S. and which issues they think the government should prioritize https://t.co/waJkBjRGsN https://t.co/yGtO7Ro3sq


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:23pm
57% of Americans predict that older adults will have a worse standard of living in 2050 than they do today https://t.co/okVfOqnBYu https://t.co/Wk9L2qXpWZ


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:19pm
Nearly half of whites say a majority nonwhite population will weaken American culture https://t.co/okVfOqnBYu https://t.co/f4kK7qThXX


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:14pm
By 2050, majorities of Americans predict: 📉a weaker economy 📈a burgeoning national debt 📈a growing income divide 🌎a degraded environment 🗳️a broken political system 🤖 a workforce threatened by automation 🏥 less affordable health care https://t.co/okVfOqnBYu

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:10pm
RT @kim_c_parker: Looking forward to this discussion and to sharing results from our new survey on views about the US in 2050 https://t.co/FfaS3rY3UQ https://t.co/xcPT7UGLGk

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:04pm
NEW: Looking to the Future, U.S. Public Sees an America in Decline on Many Fronts https://t.co/okVfOqnBYu https://t.co/C1A7Ra6ro2


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 12:43pm
New Zealand has some of the lowest levels of government restrictions on religion in the world https://t.co/AT4MU50u0G https://t.co/nM3tFpezlG


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 12:20pm
RT @joeydm: Compared to most countries in the World Values Surveys, New Zealanders are highly accepting of neighbors of a different faith. This and more in our new post about religion in New Zealand: https://t.co/LWGCC2K8La

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 12:15pm
@tehnorac You might be interested in this Q&A explainer of the typology, too: https://t.co/MQMBpV6nFl

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 12:01pm
@tehnorac You can read more about all of the political typology groups in our report: https://t.co/ExddCd7xE3 Here is a brief description of New Era Enterprisers specifically. https://t.co/kCpjJxy2Mv


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 11:56am
RT @PewReligion: Among the 841 New Zealanders interviewed in a 2011-12 World Values Survey, only 12 said they would not like to have a neighbor of a different religion (less than 2% of the sample): https://t.co/yeU3CL6mXu

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 11:47am
RT @_StephKramer: A few things to know about religious demography and attitudes in New Zealand. https://t.co/T2nu9pUNgn

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 11:33am
RT @PewReligion: New: 4 facts about religion in New Zealand https://t.co/5Ls59rZiXu https://t.co/zxOohTiIwC


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 11:22am
Have you taken our political typology quiz? https://t.co/rOScD8DH0h https://t.co/b6FjR2mO8v

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 11:13am
RT @PewReligion: Three-quarters of Muslim Americans say there is a lot of discrimination against Muslims in the U.S.: https://t.co/50iNmd6SxN https://t.co/nQrZyeuihk


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:37am
RT @onyilam: Despite the general negative view of China's human rights record, China has become more willing to support other countries’ recommendations over time, even those from the Western countries https://t.co/L1RwijF5zq

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:20am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today's News: Google starts 'subscriptions lab' for local publishers, @WSJ plans to join Apple's paid news service & more: https://t.co/EGqd3m6nlw

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:20am
RT @pewinternet: See our series on teens & technology related to: 📌 Social Media Habits & Experiences https://t.co/yFxcBxLzUD 📌 Experiences with Cyberbullying https://t.co/09XBvn4stD 📌 Navigating Screen Time https://t.co/OPLgyCBiBT 📌 Popular Platforms in 2018 https://t.co/csJ8gMNOQM https://t.co/8E3iHk9vq0


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:20am
RT @PewHispanic: Want to understand U.S. immigration? We’ve got an email course for you https://t.co/TGB9QV2bLW https://t.co/QrSIuM3lBi


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 10:20am
RT @FactTank: .@kim_c_parker, Director of Social Trends Research for @pewresearch will be on the opening panel, "Key Insights about the Future from Today's Demographic and Socioeconomic Trends." Look for our upcoming report on this subject. https://t.co/mJRkUUWe64

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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:15am
RT @pewglobal: Concerns about emigration widespread in southern European nations, less common in northern Europe https://t.co/hEbHLH6lP0 https://t.co/dgoLK0JZXa


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:14am
RT @pewinternet: % of social media users who say it is acceptable for social media sites to use their personal data to: 🎼Recommend events in their area 75% 👋Recommend someone they might want to know 57 🍔Show them ads 52 🗣️Show them messages from political campaigns 37 https://t.co/VMBVZrKTIz https://t.co/g6hl23T0Ai


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 8:12am
RT @ChiefExecBear: I just completed the @pewresearch U.S. immigration email mini-course. Sign up to see what I learned: https://t.co/VeEZy5bjSJ https://t.co/GTjYGGttqu


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 2:07am
Across 10 EU nations, a median of just 21% say the UK is playing a more important role in world affairs than it did in the past; 38% say it is less important https://t.co/yeKgxydBig https://t.co/2Pde3CslsL


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1 day ago:   Thursday Mar 21 - 12:03am
RT @PewReligion: Among Christians, worship attendance and prayer frequency are highest in sub-Saharan Africa, lowest in Western Europe https://t.co/eVbRRcfNyF https://t.co/y6NZcYP8On


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 10:34pm
Eight-in-ten or more in Greece, Spain, Italy and Hungary are worried about people leaving their country for jobs in other countries https://t.co/yeKgxydBig https://t.co/AAol9ujmCt


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 8:56pm
RT @kat_devlin: Nice post from @onyilam and @DrewDeSilver on human rights concerns of UN member countries with data from @UPRinfo. China more accepting of comments from Asia & Africa than other regions https://t.co/B27AwGYI4X https://t.co/8Peb4mLkmF


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 8:11pm
5 facts about the religious lives of African Americans https://t.co/m2IlQ5jA8z https://t.co/200nLCGsLH


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 6:06pm
Countries have different priorities when they review each other’s human rights records https://t.co/ptX9zLkE0s

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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 5:00pm
RT @PewReligion: How the religious makeup of Congress has changed since the early 1960s: https://t.co/eI6MO2iczp https://t.co/UDVqfS5zau


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 4:56pm
RT @FactTank: 10 facts about Americans and Facebook https://t.co/1O6ovKHJlW https://t.co/eBIkB1sgIr


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 4:17pm
In Europe, public concerns about immigration often center around culture and a perceived link to terrorism https://t.co/yeKgxydBig https://t.co/9KRLbEjTcV


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 4:01pm
RT @pewmethods: To get a sense of differing human rights priorities around the world, @pewresearch examined data from the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), a program from the UN Human Rights Council, to see how countries reviewed human rights in the U.S., China and Russia: https://t.co/yjAr4f3yyM

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 3:20pm
RT @FactTank: Countries have different priorities when they review each other’s human rights records https://t.co/Dt30ga1LKU https://t.co/Fp2bezHOXF


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 2:45pm
RT @pewglobal: Few in the 10 European countries surveyed want to allow more immigrants https://t.co/hEbHLH6lP0 https://t.co/yTJelruckO


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 2:22pm
RT @kat_devlin: Negative views of the EU are especially common among supporters of right-wing populist parties https://t.co/n48WxETAcl https://t.co/GFQJmGiSpK


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 1:35pm
RT @FactTank: White mainline Protestants and white Catholics are less approving of Trump’s performance than are white evangelicals, but more approving than religiously unaffiliated Americans – that is, those who identify as atheist, agnostic or nothing in particular. https://t.co/Mnpz9LHVgK https://t.co/2ulC0Sqzkv


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Mar 20 - 12:43pm
A majority of U.S. adults trust medical scientists a lot for information about #vaccines https://t.co/BCA5r7phDp https://t.co/030U9FnIYv


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