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Pew Research Center
6 hours ago:   Friday Jul 1 - 9:35am
Among the 19 nations surveyed, only people in Singapore and Malaysia have more confidence in Xi Jinping than in Joe Biden. https://t.co/YUaAassDW1 https://t.co/jddpzMVS93


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Pew Research Center
6 hours ago:   Friday Jul 1 - 9:23am
RT @lrainie: Keram Malicki-Sanchez (@kmalickisanchez) sees the future in the NEW @pewresearch @imagineinternet report about where the metaverse will stand in 2040 https://t.co/gVUU2eWBD7 https://t.co/9fz8KDMA1a


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Pew Research Center
23 hours ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 4:17pm
Here’s what we found about the content and nature of tweets from U.S. adults about politics or political issues, such as when they were most prevalent on the site, or the terms that most distinguished political from nonpolitical tweets. https://t.co/dHIASCec40

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 3:34pm
About two-thirds (68%) of Americans, including majorities in both political parties, said in a spring 2022 survey that they had some or quite a lot of confidence in the future of the United States. 74% of Democrats said this, as did 62% of Republicans. https://t.co/IlErzUqkG5 https://t.co/623dl7mygD


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 3:04pm
NEW: On July Fourth, how Americans see their country and their democracy https://t.co/IFE4vOfPeY

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 2:12pm
RT @imsonoshah: 🚨NEW! A follow-up to our politics on Twitter report. Here are 5 facts about political tweets shared by U.S. adults https://t.co/qIrsAHgvtr

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 2:05pm
NEW: 5 facts about political tweets shared by U.S. adults https://t.co/Fu0EZ3h0FM https://t.co/aPooPktTXl


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:11pm
RT @lrainie: 54% of experts in new @pewresearch @ImagineInternet canvassing said they expect by 2040 the metaverse will be a much-more-refined, fully-immersive aspect of daily life for a half billion or more people globally -- 46% said the opposite https://t.co/gVUU2eWBD7

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:10pm
For more, read our new canvassing (done in partnership with @ImagineInternet) of hundreds of technology innovators, developers, business and policy leaders, researchers and activists here: https://t.co/y18IAuge7d

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:10pm
Meanwhile, some experts encourage resisting the transition to a completely immersive metaverse, and others question its practicality and think the metaverse may continue to promote existing inequalities. https://t.co/y18IAuge7d https://t.co/LmxJ8wwAZS


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:10pm
Others anticipate using these technologies in partnership with real life, creating somewhat of a “co-reality.” https://t.co/y18IAuge7d https://t.co/VWO3Isd6BZ


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:10pm
Some experts see a new frontier where augmented and virtual reality aren’t just commonplace but will be a significant part of daily life. https://t.co/y18IAuge7d https://t.co/5jsLpfwccr


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:10pm
NEW: Experts are split about the likely evolution of a truly immersive “metaverse.” Here’s what some had to say about the metaverse, Web3 and other immersive technologies: https://t.co/y18IAuge7d

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 12:07pm
RT @lrainie: Is the metaverse “the future of the internet” or “the next internet battleground”? Tech experts weigh the pros/cons of the metaverse by 2040 and they have a strikingly split verdict on how truly immersive it will be. @pewresearch @imagineinternet report https://t.co/gVUU2eWBD7

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 9:35am
A median of 66% across the 19 countries surveyed think China’s influence in the world has gotten stronger in recent years, as opposed to getting weaker or staying about the same. This is many more than say the same of other countries asked about. https://t.co/yM0pRBHXQ2 https://t.co/TLg8R7eIwP


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 8:54am
RT @CarrollDoherty: As of 2019, 47% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning RVs described their views as 'liberal' (including 15% 'very liberal) - up from 30% in 2004. Still, a larger share (51%) were moderates or conservatives. https://t.co/TTBOpz0j9u https://t.co/v8ZXKyR3Z7

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 8:53am
RT @RuthIgielnik: Most Americans favor protecting transgender people from discrimination, even as a growing share say gender is determined by sex at birth https://t.co/4JAueJ9ANF https://t.co/vFEgfqsNpm


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 8:52am
RT @johngramlich: China rising: Majorities in nearly every country surveyed by @pewglobal this year say China's influence on the world stage has been getting stronger. https://t.co/XRKSzeDWrE https://t.co/GptXrX5EZC


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 8:50am
RT @allthingscensus: NEW: @uscensusbureau releases 2021 population estimates by age, race, Hispanic origin for counties, MSAs, states and the nation (data promised at 10 am EDT): https://t.co/Efx5wLe8tM

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 6:01am
Americans who say they know someone who is transgender are more likely than those who do not to say it is extremely or very important to use a trans person’s new name (57%) or new pronouns (44%) when they transition. https://t.co/7p9isCwS6c https://t.co/VgOqMyceGx


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 10:34pm
A median of 62% across the 19 countries surveyed say current relations between their country and China are good, and a median of 32% say relations are bad. https://t.co/fFZhTWDW3c https://t.co/kjRqXtfqYj


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:13pm
In 18 of 19 countries surveyed, those who say China’s human rights policies are a very serious problem for their country are significantly more likely than those who are less concerned to hold an unfavorable view of China. https://t.co/ZUUdcUlQHi https://t.co/8flJRQryll


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 4:17pm
Despite broadly unfavorable opinions of China, majorities in over half of the countries surveyed think relations between their country and China are currently in good shape. https://t.co/ReCLtHuhuc https://t.co/FtMXoLAcq7


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 3:26pm
In most of the 19 countries surveyed majorities have a favorable view of the U.S., while fewer than around a third tend to say the same of China. https://t.co/Qzudp0gBIF https://t.co/YqUcfasSW6


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 3:15pm
Majorities in all countries surveyed (except Singapore and Malaysia) have little to no confidence in Chinese President Xi Jinping’s approach to world affairs. Around four-in-ten or more in most places surveyed even say they have no confidence at all in Xi. https://t.co/EuLw5Dc4yj https://t.co/t9A7CHXN21


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 3:00pm
In 15 of 19 countries surveyed, those who see China’s involvement in their country’s politics as a very serious problem are less likely than those who show less concern to describe the bilateral relationship as good. https://t.co/HZyXStSQb7 https://t.co/3yj4WV0111


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 2:45pm
While fewer in most places surveyed describe China’s involvement in politics in their country as a very serious problem than say the same of its military power or its policies on human rights, it is the top concern in South Korea, the U.S. and Singapore. https://t.co/SBVHLWJP9f https://t.co/tZAopCXzWx


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 2:30pm
Across 19 countries surveyed, a median of 68% say they have an unfavorable view of China. https://t.co/y6m1i2vLeA https://t.co/riF6LcY8aN


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 2:03pm
Negative views of China shot up in 2020 in many of the places surveyed, and these levels have remained largely the same since then. Today, unfavorable opinion of China is at or near historic highs in most of the 18 countries where trend data is available. https://t.co/78JFPisABy https://t.co/CF26LX4e1G


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:45pm
When asked to choose between promoting human rights in China and strengthening economic ties with China – both potentially at the expense of the other – clear regional differences emerge across the 19 countries surveyed https://t.co/eKIrmndNZo https://t.co/s8SnnnfC5x


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:41pm
A majority of U.S. teens want school to be completely in person rather than hybrid or completely remote after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. What kind of learning environment would you prefer post-pandemic?

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:30pm
Of the 19 nations surveyed, a median of 37% say China’s military power is a very serious problem for their country. https://t.co/6lqsdCUE2Y https://t.co/xftDKAnL7H


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:15pm
Across 19 nations surveyed, a median of 79% consider China’s policies on human rights a serious problem, with 47% saying they are a very serious problem. https://t.co/uqXpAtI32J https://t.co/304PWJYswk


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:12pm
RT @lauraruthsilver: Our annual report on views of China -- this year in 19 countries -- is now out! https://t.co/iNUWqktKZl [1/5]

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:12pm
RT @RichardWike: New poll of 19 countries finds strong concerns about China's human rights policies https://t.co/fE11TPweEy https://t.co/F1umc9l1fa


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:11pm
NEW: Across 19 countries, more people see the U.S. than China favorably – but more see China’s influence growing https://t.co/iDd8F6jeNN https://t.co/XvGKGrkvKN


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:08pm
Negative views of China have fluctuated over time in the U.S., but there has been a consistent upward trajectory since 2018. Today 82% of Americans have an unfavorable view of China, up six percentage points since last year. https://t.co/SC5aS6tffd https://t.co/bQZbKCHHHa


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 1:02pm
NEW: Negative views of China remain at or near historic highs in many of the 19 countries surveyed. https://t.co/5pps63c3hM

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 9:35am
Our new survey on gender identity covers topics such as whether the public thinks society’s views are changing too quickly or not quickly enough on gender identity issues. Here’s how we did this study: https://t.co/aLQ5byfzp0

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 9:34am
RT @johngramlich: 58% of US adults, including 85% of Republicans and 37% of Democrats, favor requiring trans athletes to compete on teams that match their sex at birth, per new @pewresearch survey. https://t.co/9EcKQScHRt https://t.co/syLHqjtONE


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 9:04am
RT @RichardWike: Swedish attitudes toward #NATO have grown more positive in recent years, and when we polled there this spring attitudes grew more positive over the course of our fieldwork (which started the same day as Russia's invasion of Ukraine) https://t.co/7IRvAnHP87 https://t.co/yycyTHqCRT


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 6:01am
83% of U.S. journalists ages 18 to 29 identify Twitter as one of their most used social media sites for work, compared with 45% of journalists ages 65 and older. https://t.co/93Lv7Bjayt https://t.co/uKlBVILhjO


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 5:15pm
RT @Moira_EF: this year, 79% of Swedes have a favorable view of NATO (the survey was fielded prior to Sweden's application to join the alliance) https://t.co/QoXTA9YRSh https://t.co/x9SZLFSSpI https://t.co/5KfCMAXfSW


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 3:21pm
The findings in our new gender identity survey come at a time when some long-standing, fundamental assumptions about gender are being challenged. Read more about how we did this study: https://t.co/Mpi3na15pC

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 3:00pm
47% of Americans say it’s extremely or very important to use a person’s new name if they transition to a gender that is different from the sex they were assigned at birth and change their name. https://t.co/3eE1nFpxMV https://t.co/CA3Mdvy1im


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 2:45pm
@brad_vermurlen Thanks for the feedback and for your interest in our research. We published a Q&A that addresses this question. Here’s a screenshot of the relevant section and a link to the full Q&A: https://t.co/ZUYZmMlQLT https://t.co/vDQqxSBLTj


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 2:03pm
There are stark partisan differences on many laws and policies related to transgender issues: https://t.co/CjvuqBjRSh https://t.co/A8nN5i8OyY


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 1:19pm
RT @jmhorowitz78: As the U.S. addresses issues of transgender rights and the broader landscape around gender identity continues to shift, our new survey shows Americans hold a complex set of views around these topics. https://t.co/0Lrd1QubSM

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 1:15pm
Among U.S. adults who say whether someone is a man or woman is determined by the sex they were assigned at birth, 41% say their religious views have had a great deal or fair amount of influence on their viewpoint. https://t.co/zHfXwiKxWx https://t.co/JRQMoe4pZH


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 1:04pm
RT @pewresearch: NEW Q&A: How and why we surveyed Americans about their views on gender identity https://t.co/LH2olPZ9NS

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 1:00pm
Among Americans who say someone’s gender can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth, 38% say knowing someone who is transgender has had a great deal or fair amount of influence on their views of this question. https://t.co/ZcQEaADOBQ https://t.co/i2L6ML3IFb


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:43pm
The public is divided over the extent to which our society has accepted people who are transgender: 38% say society has gone too far in accepting them, while 36% say society hasn’t gone far enough. About 23% say our society has been about right. https://t.co/EGtN7KmSMN https://t.co/2mkSh6CEJc


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:00pm
58% of Americans would favor laws that would require transgender athletes to compete on teams that match the sex they were assigned at birth. 17% would oppose these laws and about a quarter neither favor nor oppose. https://t.co/VVHxY0o54Z https://t.co/GZRduAFVM5


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 11:50am
RT @aerbrown: New report: We found that Americans hold complex and nuanced views when it comes to gender identity and trans issues https://t.co/UglRnfSg7k

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 11:34am
57% of Americans say there is a great deal or fair amount of discrimination against transgender people in our society today. 76% of Democrats say this, while 35% of Republicans say the same. https://t.co/GgsIi8d4oH https://t.co/VdlzZsX3g6


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 11:30am
44% of Americans say society is a little or not at all accepting of people who are transgender, while 35% say society is somewhat accepting and 14% say it is extremely or very accepting. https://t.co/cSK642Ztre https://t.co/kE7tnvWwGU


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:45am
When asked about factors that have influenced their views about whether someone’s gender can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth, 44% of Americans say what they’ve learned from science has had a great deal or a fair amount of influence. https://t.co/V6MiUIxx3o https://t.co/BXu2BelFOu


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:30am
60% of U.S. adults say that whether a person is a man or a woman is determined by their sex assigned at birth, while 38% say a person’s gender can be different from sex assigned at birth. https://t.co/HOYjcZXceU https://t.co/jfXrC9xMXF


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:15am
64% of Americans favor laws or policies that would protect transgender people from discrimination in jobs, housing and public spaces. 25% neither favor nor oppose, while 10% oppose or strongly oppose. https://t.co/ajSMQUPNaz https://t.co/yanbTkjZYm


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:10am
NEW Q&A: How and why we surveyed Americans about their views on gender identity https://t.co/LH2olPZ9NS

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:03am
NEW: As the U.S. addresses issues of transgender rights and the broader landscape around gender identity continues to shift, our new survey shows Americans hold a complex set of views around these topics. https://t.co/LLsJsrUvHA

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 9:35am
Americans with high levels of international knowledge, as measured on a quiz, are significantly more likely than others to say that China, India and Germany have had growing international influence in recent years. https://t.co/ytX7Wlpwba https://t.co/10V1TSiCi4


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 8:58am
RT @RichardWike: Our recent @pewglobal poll found that in many countries views about #NATO are more positive on the right, but in the US and Canada NATO gets higher ratings among respondents on the left https://t.co/7IRvAnHP87 https://t.co/hN5nSC6Nyy


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 10:34pm
Amid the ongoing war in Ukraine, Americans’ views of Russia’s influence are closely divided, with about equal shares saying Russia’s influence has been getting stronger (38%) and getting weaker (37%). Only 22% say Russia’s influence is staying the same. https://t.co/hG22vgLXSK https://t.co/7pEdBbh5Uj


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 7:13pm
A median of 85% across 18 countries express an unfavorable opinion of Russia, with majorities in most nations saying they have a very unfavorable opinion. https://t.co/wF5RVnL9Bd https://t.co/95QOQBL7rw


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 4:17pm
A median of 74% across 17 countries say there are strong or very strong conflicts between people who support different political parties in the U.S. In seven nations, four-in-ten or more see very strong partisan conflicts in the U.S. https://t.co/2MZ0ZgT3MS https://t.co/3REpXqo4cs


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 3:09pm
Twitter is the most commonly used social media site among U.S. journalists. Among the U.S. public, 13% of adults say they regularly get news there. https://t.co/gzCAXqRhIS https://t.co/IMmQADF2U9


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:46pm
2019 @PewReligion report: For a Lot of American Teens, Religion Is a Regular Part of the Public School Day https://t.co/yTMuyhYyCn https://t.co/PRnpnRiHtz

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:41pm
RT @gottfriedjeff: ⚡️NEW⚡️ 73% of journalists who work for orgs w/ a community or city focus say Facebook is one of their most commonly used social media sites. This plummets to 33% of journalists at orgs w/ a national focus and 30% of those at orgs w/ an international focus https://t.co/mBGhFQSGdj https://t.co/d5fUV4yn4M


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:38pm
RT @johngramlich: Should journalists spend less time on Twitter, as the NYT's top editor recently advised the newsroom? https://t.co/YhN10XoO7m In a new survey from @pewjournalism, Twitter tops the list of social media sites that US journalists say they use for their jobs: https://t.co/0Kh8F96qrg https://t.co/jjU2OnBf6J


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:12pm
RT @gottfriedjeff: 🆕NEW DATA🆕 We asked 11,889 journalists which social media sites they use in their job. Take a look at the demographic differences in journalists' use of social media sites. https://t.co/mBGhFQSGdj https://t.co/Jc7nxUTqPr


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:03pm
75% of women under 50 say that providing more support during pregnancy would reduce the number of abortions, compared with 64% of men under 50 and around six-in-ten people ages 50 and older. https://t.co/8t5nFpdepm https://t.co/jRPvhxPgXf


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 1:13pm
RT @pewjournalism: 🚨NEW🚨 A closer look at the social media sites U.S. journalists use for their jobs https://t.co/jq8PhRifr4

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 1:00pm
NEW: Twitter is the go-to social media site for U.S. journalists, but not for the public https://t.co/ncrTa5WOo1 https://t.co/edoRoKKqrC


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 12:43pm
While large majorities of Americans have consistently said their country is less respected than it was in the past, international attitudes toward the U.S. have fluctuated considerably. https://t.co/bexjvrPToV https://t.co/nius85ISpz


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 10:43am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Politico’s Roe v. Wade scoop becomes law - Journalists denounce LAPD treatment of the press covering Los Angeles abortion rights protests - Former marketing executives launch a campaign to restrict Fox News ad revenue & more: https://t.co/O3EkkgJf5J

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 9:35am
Democrats are somewhat more likely than Republicans to say the influence of a few key U.S. allies (such as France, Germany, NATO and the EU) is growing. https://t.co/N60jfEh7sk https://t.co/wJGSkC5YX8


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 8:00am
The middle class, once the economic home of a clear majority of American adults, has steadily shrunk over the past five decades.

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 6:01am
About four-in-ten U.S. adults say the United Nations’ global influence has been waning in recent years. https://t.co/esK2lgFAJM https://t.co/MkHqjmNEjT


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 12:43pm
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. Our March survey explored in detail the nuances of the public’s attitudes on this issue. #RoeVWade #SCOTUS https://t.co/tsdoNR2GDQ

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 12:13pm
RT @GregSmith_Polls: Latest @pewresearch survey on the public's abortion views, from March (before decision and before leak), finds few absolutists on either side. Most say abortion should be legal in all/most cases, but many are open to restrictions. https://t.co/FJl39j3P31 https://t.co/0vZTijWym0


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 10:59am
RT @johngramlich: If you're looking for data to contextualize today's ruling, this just-updated @pewresearch analysis has the latest available info on US abortion numbers, rates, providers, changes over time and much more: https://t.co/FkTDubCCTX #SCOTUS https://t.co/ryQTDEMMmR


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 10:06am
Updated with new figures for 2020: What the data says about abortion in the U.S. https://t.co/zEo9rPrtpU

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:54am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Meta pulls support for anti-misinformation tool CrowdTangle - Senators urge U.S. role in investigation of the killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh - A look at the narrative constructed by the televised January 6 hearings & more: https://t.co/vsmubqunHP

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:52am
62% of U.S. adults ages 65 and older to say passing stricter laws against abortion would reduce the number that occur in the country, compared with 48% of those ages 18 to 29. https://t.co/aQA0te1edu https://t.co/W6lTY8cGsl


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:35am
Food preparation and serving was the most common occupational category for U.S. teens in summer 2021, followed by sales, transportation and material moving, and office and administrative support. https://t.co/8tyqlGCTqu https://t.co/jnVLH5jazD


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:15am
Adults ages 18 to 29 are more likely than those ages 65 and older to say the U.S. is less respected than in the past. However, younger Americans are also far more likely to say that less respect for the U.S. is a minor problem or not a problem at all. https://t.co/xDHDVe7rkL https://t.co/OYoksxSFyF


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 6:01am
Polish opinion of the EU is climbing on specific characteristics. For example, large majorities of Poles say the EU promotes peace, democratic values and prosperity. https://t.co/Hw3iQeCUrf https://t.co/kf0ZC4iP8o


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:17pm
Of the 44 advanced economies analyzed, Israel experienced the greatest change in its annual inflation rate between the first quarters of 2020 and 2022, while China saw the least change. The U.S. was somewhere in the middle. https://t.co/EDBnaM1F5G

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 3:34pm
Views of the United States’ relative sway in the international arena are closely associated with both partisanship and ideology. https://t.co/Pid73f0gxV https://t.co/TI3B4fOn8t


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 3:06pm
Over the past two decades, the accommodation and food services industry has been the largest employer of teens. In summer 2021, the sector accounted for 41 of every 100 newly created teen jobs and 36.2% of all employed teens. https://t.co/5XJXU3BdHQ https://t.co/28ki1psH3d


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 2:51pm
Republicans are more likely than Democrats to say that passing stricter laws against abortion would reduce the prevalence of abortions in the U.S. (67% vs. 49%). https://t.co/adkgwHXd6N https://t.co/vqyY6ddcxR


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 2:30pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: 50 years after #TitleIX, most Americans familiar with the law say it’s had a positive impact on gender equality, but many -- including 46% of women -- say it hasn't gone far enough to increase opportunities for women and girls. https://t.co/krMvehUQ0H https://t.co/QXR9mii3Nv


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 2:03pm
When asked about COVID-19 news and information, 74% of Hispanic adults say they can rely on information from experts in this area either a lot or some. 21% say they can rely on experts not too much or at all. https://t.co/So4MGmcgrc https://t.co/KYBiGrNt5i


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 1:13pm
Among the 68% of Americans who think the U.S. is less respected by other countries than in the past, 44% say it is a major problem, while 20% say it is only a minor problem and 3% think it is not a problem. https://t.co/NsuESeO1L3 https://t.co/xkE2Xhb8bj


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 12:43pm
Though Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, 25% of abortion opponents are Democrats. A similar proportion (26%) of those who favor legal abortion are Republicans. https://t.co/zFVgRJ9nAY

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 12:19pm
47% of Americans say that the United States’ influence in the world has been getting weaker in recent years. By contrast, two-thirds of U.S. adults say China’s influence has been getting stronger in recent years. https://t.co/9FVxRveCXm https://t.co/RfFz5GfCBu


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 12:06pm
RT @RichardWike: New data on how Americans perceive the influence of major nations and international organizations. 66% say China's influence has been getting stronger in recent years, just 19% say the same about US https://t.co/f7y8PncE21 https://t.co/W6wIoJ5gJS


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 12:04pm
NEW: Prevailing view among Americans is that U.S. influence in the world is weakening – and China’s is growing https://t.co/FSROHl2xCU https://t.co/GqJ4dXb3HK


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 11:56am
RT @kim_c_parker: On the 50th anniv. of Title IX, most who know about the law say it's had a positive impact on gender equality in the U.S. Women are more likely than men to say it hasn't gone far enough in increasing opportunities for girls & women in sports. #TitleIXat50 https://t.co/oOKrOBn8aA