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Pew Research Center
2 hours ago:   Friday Nov 15 - 6:01am
Our new study on unauthorized immigrants in Europe includes four country fact sheets. Also available in each country's native language. 🇬🇧 UK: https://t.co/xbwDHwoLHm 🇩🇪 Germany: https://t.co/VugnYhzBp1 🇮🇹 Italy: https://t.co/IccSzMzZS6 🇫🇷 France: https://t.co/L7yscj9S0n https://t.co/Uo5hUqm3QN


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3 hours ago:   Friday Nov 15 - 4:27am
An estimated 300,000 to 400,000 unauthorized immigrants lived in France in 2017, up slightly from 200,000 to 300,000 in 2014. Here is a fact sheet about unauthorized immigrants in France, drawn from our new report. 🇫🇷 https://t.co/L7yscj9S0n

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5 hours ago:   Friday Nov 15 - 2:07am
Unauthorized immigrants in Italy: Read a country-specific fact sheet from our new report. 🇮🇹 https://t.co/IccSzMzZS6

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8 hours ago:   Friday Nov 15 - 12:03am
Slightly more than half of Europe’s unauthorized immigrants in 2017 were male, while around two-thirds were younger than 35. https://t.co/GzA2bIfNqS https://t.co/5C2NzXyCcF


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9 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:34pm
The potential for a significant, unexpected event to occur during the interviewing phase of a survey is a looming challenge for survey researchers, especially since data collected before and after might not be directly comparable. https://t.co/vt2hnUD4ua

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10 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 9:28pm
Nearly six-in-ten Americans (59%) favor legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use, while another 32% say it should be legal for medical use only. Just 8% say it should not be legal. https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/UcrNMbFIB0


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11 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 8:56pm
Republican members of the Silent Generation (born between 1928 and 1945) are the least likely to favor marijuana legalization: Just 21% say marijuana use should be legal, while three-quarters (76%) say it should not. https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/LHwJkKo8Sz


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11 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 8:11pm
Millennial Republicans broadly favor legalizing the use of marijuana. Republicans in this generation are almost as supportive of legalization as Millennial Democrats (71% vs. 78%). https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/MooYwdWpiP


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Pew Research Center
12 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 7:42pm
A small group of prolific users account for a majority of political tweets sent by U.S. adults. https://t.co/JKSgPJbnyq

Pew Research Center
13 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 6:06pm
Democrats and Republicans have starkly different priorities when it comes to the nation’s immigration policies. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/odrGaJp5f3


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Pew Research Center
14 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 6:03pm
In a survey last January, 64% of Americans said President Trump has a responsibility to release his tax returns. 92% of Democrats said this compared with 32% of Republicans https://t.co/AiyNhuPO0W https://t.co/JHNDkAFqNp

Pew Research Center
14 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 5:21pm
What’s the difference between "Hispanic" and "Latino"? Are people from non-Spanish speaking countries like Brazil and Portugal "Hispanic"? Our recent @FactTank post looks at these questions and others. https://t.co/h4uJbmXzlx

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15 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 4:17pm
RT @kat_devlin: Four countries account for the majority of Europe’s unauthorized immigrant population https://t.co/tpwoe3pfys https://t.co/vQn8ZIECy4


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16 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 3:09pm
7 facts about guns in the U.S. https://t.co/vKfPGOlB39 https://t.co/dR6r8GkJvk


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18 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 1:48pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW minimal opposition to legalizing marijuana for either medical or recreational use among all partisan & demographic groups, inc. Republicans (12% oppose) and older adults (11% among 65+). https://t.co/ImD3zvY9DW https://t.co/vyOm3FPJPY


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Pew Research Center
18 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 1:25pm
Unauthorized immigrants are not the same as "illegal" immigrants. Many different immigrant groups can be counted as unauthorized immigrants; there is no universal definition. Here’s how we defined it for our new study on unauthorized immigration in Europe. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb https://t.co/3QeHEd7Ni1


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18 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 1:11pm
RT @FactTank: Our "5 facts about unauthorized immigration in Europe" includes... ▪️ The size of the unauthorized population ▪️ The share who are asylum seekers awaiting a decision ▪️ The countries with the most unauthorized immigrants ▪️ Where they come from https://t.co/BTs5kxswIv https://t.co/JBpB8vNN95


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19 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 12:48pm
RT @PewReligion: Christians are declining and "nones" are rising in America among men and women, across racial/ethnic groups, and across geographic regions. The trend also crosses partisan lines, although it is more pronounced among Democrats than Republicans: https://t.co/O2KhkWGT7w https://t.co/IjJZtvXEDu


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19 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 12:43pm
The share of U.S. adults who oppose the legalization of marijuana has fallen from 52% in 2010 to 32% today. https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/KitwWgH1Ui


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19 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 12:37pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW: Two-thirds of Americans now support marijuana legalization, extending a long increase in public support. And when broken down further into support for recreational vs. medical, only 8% of Americans don't support either form of legalization. https://t.co/JOWiVYgXDJ https://t.co/Xr894yzcML


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20 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 11:43am
RT @lrainie: Amid today's testimony, it's useful to remember recent @pewresearch @FactTank finding: Republicans have confidence in presidential appointees, Democrats trust career government employees https://t.co/54h0ewIpbQ https://t.co/4JfhbblyTy


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Pew Research Center
20 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 11:32am
RT @pewmethods: The principal goal of @pewresearch's American Trends Panel is to provide a reliable, representative sample of U.S. adults to conduct public opinion research. Learn how we transformed the panel in our report from earlier this year: https://t.co/NPuRAcvscj

Pew Research Center
20 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 11:16am
RT @johngramlich: Interesting chart shows support for marijuana legalization by generation and party. Democrats and Republicans are pretty far apart in the older generations, but Millennial Ds and Millennial Rs are very similar: 78% vs. 71%, resp., say it should be legal. https://t.co/JOWiVYgXDJ https://t.co/ueSAAbhkaQ


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:46am
An overwhelming majority of U.S. adults (91%) say marijuana should be legal either for medical and recreational use, or that it should be legal just for medical use, our new survey finds. Only 8% prefer to keep marijuana illegal in all circumstances. https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/ylukay8vgf


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Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:37am
There are wide partisan and generational differences in views of marijuana legalization. https://t.co/pxkcvB2nPo https://t.co/AhpjMfziaN


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21 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:08am
RT @FactTank: Two-thirds of Americans say the use of marijuana should be legal, reflecting a steady increase over the past decade https://t.co/QoMXjiaUYk https://t.co/V4vLqY3r9f


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Pew Research Center
22 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:00am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today's News: - McClatchy ceases Saturday print publication. - Tribune Publishing closes Spanish-language newspaper in Chicago. & more: https://t.co/JdGZ3MbQlZ

Pew Research Center
22 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 9:52am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Competing facts and narratives on #impeachment? One of the few things Republicans and Democrats agree on is they *can't* agree on 'basic facts.' https://t.co/moc6Puzg2V https://t.co/EgbyVbhHMC


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 8:35am
RT @johngramlich: 70% of Europe’s unauthorized immigrants live in four countries: 🇩🇪 Germany: 1M-1.2M 🇬🇧 UK: 800K-1.2M 🇮🇹 Italy: 500K-700K 🇫🇷 France: 300K-400K https://t.co/nhxvqLOPG1 https://t.co/EmQgMvEKBT


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 8:08am
Europe’s unauthorized immigrants are diverse in their origins, coming from many nations outside of the region. They are also largely recent arrivals to Europe, with about half having arrived in the past five years. https://t.co/umacU5gVWE https://t.co/W600NdwCHb


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1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 7:36am
In 2017, more than half of Europe’s unauthorized immigrants (56%) had arrived in the past five years, while 27% had arrived 10 years ago or more. About two-thirds were less than 35 years old (65%), and about half were male (54%). https://t.co/umacU5gVWE

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 7:11am
The number of unauthorized immigrants living in Europe increased between 2014 and 2016, then leveled off to an estimated 3.9 million to 4.8 million in 2017, according to our new estimates. https://t.co/umacU5gVWE

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 6:01am
In 2017, between 300,000 to 400,000 unauthorized migrants were estimated to live in France. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 4:27am
In 2017, between 500,000 and 700,000 unauthorized migrants were estimated to live in Italy https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 2:07am
The majority of unauthorized immigrants in Germany were male in 2017, while nearly two-thirds of unauthorized immigrants in Germany were under 35 years old. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 12:03am
About half of the UK’s unauthorized immigrants were from Asian countries while one-in-five were from sub-Saharan African countries and about one-in-ten were from Middle East-North Africa countries. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 11:47pm
RT @PewReligion: % of Catholics in each country who say the church should allow priests to get married: 🇱🇻Latvia 73% 🇨🇱Chile 65% 🇭🇷Croatia 63% 🇺🇸U.S. 62% 🇭🇺Hungary 59% 🇧🇷Brazil 56% 🇵🇱Poland 49% 🇨🇴Colombia 48% 🇲🇽Mexico 31% 🇬🇹Guatemala 20% https://t.co/9GzXCZI3GO https://t.co/NaU7ARAkhq


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:34pm
Unauthorized immigrants residing in Europe in 2017 were from a diverse set of origin countries. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 9:12pm
RT @tonyflores_san: European countries with the largest unauthorized immigrant populations, in 2017: 🇩🇪 1 - 1.2 million 🇬🇧 800K - 1.2 million 🇮🇹 500K-700K 🇫🇷 300K-400K https://t.co/IAvpdulPuf https://t.co/OVdPMvVrIP


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 8:11pm
More than two-thirds of Europe’s unauthorized immigrants in 2017 lived in Germany, the UK, Italy and France. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 7:13pm
RT @kat_devlin: New from the @pewresearch report on European unauthorized migration: The origins, time in country and demographics of unauthorized immigrants in Europe https://t.co/j1Y8uN7416 https://t.co/TxYMwcCKl1


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 6:12pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Public trust in government: 1972: Before Watergate - 53% 1998: Before Clinton impeachment - 34% March 2019 - 17% https://t.co/En4V5R9mm1 https://t.co/W2Fdjf48C2


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 6:06pm
In 2017, unauthorized immigrants accounted for less than 1% of Europe’s total population of more than 500 million people. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:50pm
RT @RakeshKochhar: At least 3.9 million unauthorized immigrants – and possibly as many as 4.8 million – lived in Europe in 2017, about half in Germany and the U.K. https://t.co/FL8Ng4Eoab https://t.co/9vGHh5uV7J


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:17pm
RT @neil_ruiz: At least 3.9 million unauthorized immigrants – and possibly as many as 4.8 million – lived in Europe in 2017, according to estimates. https://t.co/UKNRnIFVtS

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:09pm
RT @johngramlich: .@pewresearch has been estimating the size of the unauthorized immigrant population in the US for 15+ years. Today we released our first-ever estimates for Europe. Here's a look at how these populations compare in numbers, origin regions and demographics: https://t.co/sULibhVxTz https://t.co/j2WtNODJps


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 3:54pm
Unauthorized immigrants as an estimated share of the total population US: 3% Europe: <1% https://t.co/e4Z3beSdJT

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 3:44pm
Europe and the U.S. are major destinations for the world’s immigrants. In both places, debates about immigration policy have focused on what to do with unauthorized immigrants. Here's a look at how unauthorized populations in the U.S. and Europe compare. https://t.co/e4Z3beSdJT

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 2:22pm
Four countries accounted for the majority of Europe’s unauthorized immigrant population in 2017: 🇩🇪Germany: 1m – 1.2m 🇬🇧UK: 800k – 1.2m 🇮🇹Italy: 500k – 700k 🇲🇫France: 300k – 400k https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 12:43pm
RT @neil_ruiz: New: Europe’s Unauthorized Immigrant Population Peaks in 2016, Then Levels Off according to @PewResearch estimates https://t.co/7aziLVJMPP #Europe #Immigration

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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 11:57am
RT @mhugolopez: How many unauthorized immigrants live in Europe? See our new estimate: https://t.co/9ab4RIBBGy @pewglobal @pewresearch https://t.co/NpBAWEZpz7


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 11:57am
RT @CarrollDoherty: From week of House impeachment vote Dec. 1998: In contrast to Watergate, public tuned out of Clinton impeachment (didn't crack top 10 stories of year for news interest). Clinton's job approval *rose* 10 pts following House impeachment vote. https://t.co/fmZj7oRfMz

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:37am
At least 3.9 million unauthorized immigrants – and possibly as many as 4.8 million – lived in Europe in 2017, according to estimates. https://t.co/NEblD0Ugcb

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:30am
Country fact sheets are available in: 🇩🇪German: https://t.co/J82W67EtEi 🇮🇹Italian: https://t.co/2U8ID0w3uu 🇲🇫French: https://t.co/6UtoxvMM4W https://t.co/FfEqVY5Z7b

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:26am
Here are results of our study translated to: 🇩🇪German: https://t.co/llLceTpQQB 🇮🇹Italian: https://t.co/5F5KXChiHF 🇲🇫French: https://t.co/EhcF4qgJsf https://t.co/FfEqVYnzYJ

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:11am
RT @pewglobal: NEW: Europe’s Unauthorized Immigrant Population Peaks in 2016, Then Levels Off https://t.co/Rn12XeGqWS

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:11am
Today we published the first comprehensive estimate of Europe’s total unauthorized migrant population in more than a decade. See what our analysis found. https://t.co/NEblD0CENB

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:11am
RT @pewjournalism: Media Headlines: Leaked emails show Trump adviser promoted stories to conservative media, University of Illinois policy restricts source confidentiality for local NPR station & more: https://t.co/5xvvZH1g9p

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 9:40am
Partisans generally have confidence in their own party – and little confidence in the opposing party – to handle the impeachment inquiry fairly and reasonably, our October survey found. https://t.co/eQ4WKdlOKp #ImpeachmentHearings https://t.co/n5whyvJDgt


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 9:21am
Americans have an opportunity to tune in to news coverage of the first public #ImpeachmentHearings today. Our 2018 survey found television is still the most popular platform for news consumption. https://t.co/WdeZh7siwz https://t.co/2TROGkHz2V


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 9:03am
RT @pewmethods: Pollsters have long known that Americans may be more likely to give a socially desirable response in an interviewer-administered survey than in a self-administered one. In 2017, we found that web & phone surveys on finances get slightly different answers. https://t.co/ZK3fQozwL5

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 8:35am
RT @FactTank: 66% of Americans say social media companies have a responsibility to remove offensive content from their platforms, but just 31% have a great deal or fair amount of confidence in these companies to determine what offensive content should be removed. https://t.co/7l5tD4zOga https://t.co/iOJuTU2hJn


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 7:51am
RT @johngramlich: Public #impeachmenthearings begin today in a totally different media landscape from the one that existed the last time a president faced impeachment. One reflection of that: More Americans now get news from social media than from print newspapers. https://t.co/bPgeOZdv3y https://t.co/g0H7Ci1ibn


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 6:01am
Nearly four-in-ten U.S. adults (38%) identify as politically independent, but most “lean” toward one of the two major parties. https://t.co/P31IX8WPYG https://t.co/Li9UAxB2vu


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:27am
RT @pewglobal: More Christians than Muslims have entered the U.S. as refugees since fiscal 2017 https://t.co/uBfl2wKsAt https://t.co/EgVhJKaniR


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 2:07am
Why public opinion polls don’t include the same number of Republicans and Democrats https://t.co/ZrcchojK9R

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 12:03am
RT @pewglobal: India 🇮🇳 is projected to overtake China 🇨🇳 as the world’s most populous country by 2027 https://t.co/muDPt95oVw https://t.co/7BD8ichrsq


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 11:36pm
There are some simple guidelines that journalists and other writers can follow to minimize the risk of readers misunderstanding or misinterpreting poll findings. https://t.co/cNKNJdwF0B

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 10:34pm
Would you share your views of President Trump at a small dinner with people who feel differently? We put this question to Americans in a recent survey. See how they answered, and how your own answers would compare. https://t.co/jdOcMIZoPZ

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 9:45pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Most Republicans say undocumented immigrants mostly fill jobs US citizens don't want. But they are divided on whether undocumented immigrants are more likely than citizens to commit crimes. https://t.co/n5xmn4REGy https://t.co/XryPstpl4k


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 8:11pm
Test your knowledge on digital topics and terms by taking our 10-question quiz. Then see how your score compares with the average American's. https://t.co/w3dylrn1Fu

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 7:44pm
RT @johngramlich: Share in each group who see increased security along US-Mexico border as "very important" policy goal ▪️ Conservative Republicans: 81% ▪️ Moderate/liberal Republicans: 52% ▪️ Conservative/moderate Democrats: 20% ▪️ Liberal Democrats: 10% https://t.co/02AFHSVaIH https://t.co/5SJosHIa7S


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:50pm
Key facts about "Dreamers" enrolled in #DACA https://t.co/DPI2q5tvb4

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:06pm
Since 2016, Americans have become slightly more likely to say it’s important to establish a way for people who are in the U.S. illegally to stay in the country legally. They have become slightly *less* likely to say it’s important to increase deportations. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/NWqvuw55PO


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:04pm
In 2016, 40% of Republicans said admitting refugees was an important immigration policy goal for the U.S. Today, a majority of Republicans (58%) hold this view. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/IdJdeKZ231


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 5:46pm
Two-thirds of Americans (67%), including 82% of Democrats and 48% of Republicans, say it is very or somewhat important to establish a way for most immigrants in the country illegally to remain here legally, according to our new survey. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/iQGerNZuRE


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 5:18pm
"Who is Hispanic in the United States today?" The most common approach to answering this question is a straightforward one: Anyone who says they are, and nobody who says they aren’t. More in our new explainer: https://t.co/h4uJbmXzlx https://t.co/JQvVEsfl5U


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 4:44pm
RT @FactTank: Current #DACA recipients come from around the world, but more than nine-in-ten were born in Latin America, according to 2017 data. https://t.co/F8epQBoDe7 https://t.co/8yBXaB5cI2


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 2:23pm
Most Americans say cohabitation is acceptable even without marriage plans https://t.co/3UkrOyeHpp https://t.co/TmJ96KpXbG


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 1:52pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: 3 things about the public's views of the economy under Trump: 1) Positive views have increased markedly since the 2016 election. 2) Virtually all the increase in positive views has come among Reps. 3) Opinions have been little changed over the past year. https://t.co/aqlXuB9T62

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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:43pm
RT @pewinternet: Most users tweeted about immigration once a week or less on average during first month of Trump's presidency https://t.co/aC6P4IFWn8 https://t.co/kcReKgkqNg


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:35pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW: As Trump administration cuts US refugee admissions to lowest level in 40 years, Republican views are shifting. Today, 58% of Republicans say admitting refugees is an important immigration policy goal, up from 40% in 2016. https://t.co/02AFHSVaIH https://t.co/1KyFmrnS42


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 10:59am
RT @FactTank: Share in each party who say it is very or somewhat important to establish a way for most immigrants who are in the US illegally to remain here legally 🔵 Democrats: 82% 🔴 Republicans: 48% https://t.co/5WyUcLLwe2 https://t.co/fuvNcjcKOf


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 10:37am
67% of Americans say it is very or somewhat important to establish a way for most immigrants in the country illegally to remain here legally. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 10:05am
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Increased security along US-Mexico border is viewed as an important policy goal by a much higher share of moderate and conservative Democrats (60% say it's important) than liberal Democrats (37%). https://t.co/YFtEEadCcX https://t.co/o5m2txjkb1


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 9:53am
In 2016, 40% of Republicans said admitting refugees was an important immigration policy goal for the U.S. Today, a majority of Republicans (58%) hold this view. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/eKREt8MxTK


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 9:42am
Two-thirds of Americans (67%), including 82% of Democrats and 48% of Republicans, say it is very or somewhat important to establish a way for most immigrants in the country illegally to remain here legally, according to our new survey. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa https://t.co/zXbH4HQcgi


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 9:35am
NEW: As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments over #DACA, there are immigration policy differences between – and within – the two parties. https://t.co/wPgTi3pJIa

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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 9:35am
RT @FactTank: NEW: Americans’ immigration policy priorities: Divisions between – and within – the two parties https://t.co/5WyUcLLwe2 https://t.co/oXXRfG2uXR


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 8:35am
RT @pewinternet: 59% of U.S. teens have been bullied or harassed online, and a similar share says it's a major problem for people their age https://t.co/6peUsqOF1Q https://t.co/4QxGraiukU


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:01am
RT @FactTank: In 1976, the U.S. Congress passed the only law in the country’s history that mandated the collection and analysis of data for a specific ethnic group: “Americans of Spanish origin or descent.” https://t.co/6gjzC2oP36

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 4:27am
The European Union is viewed favorably across much of the world, according to our new survey https://t.co/6Zwu34RyYy https://t.co/BtA8KC1Xp4


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 2:07am
A behind-the-scenes look at how we check numbers and facts at Pew Research Center https://t.co/3jtYMiMfNn

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:03am
Predictions from experts about the next 50 years of digital life https://t.co/6u28tOEgGT https://t.co/GU9nQtR8YF


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 10:34pm
Far larger shares of Democrats than Republicans say there is a lot or some discrimination against blacks and little or no discrimination against whites. https://t.co/ehB3VgLvXc https://t.co/GcQ2a9sa2S


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 9:41pm
RT @pewjournalism: INTERACTIVE: Think you can tell the difference between factual and opinion news statements? Take our quiz to find out and see how you compare to a nationally representative group of U.S. adults: https://t.co/FufRtF6w39 https://t.co/kMkX9C3C2y


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 9:29pm
Who is Hispanic? Anyone who says they are. And nobody who says they aren’t. https://t.co/j7w5CAhs0M

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 8:11pm
A 2015 survey found that 50% of Hispanics most often describe themselves by their family’s country of origin, 23% use the terms Latino or Hispanic, and 23% most often describe themselves as American. https://t.co/h4uJbmXzlx https://t.co/j2dQVkCSAq


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 7:06pm
The experiences of post-9/11 veterans differ from those who served in previous eras. #VeteransDay https://t.co/FkGv5Hgyj6

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:06pm
RT @B_radJ_ones: Today is #VeteransDay, our recent report on veterans' attitudes showed differences between pre- and post-9/11 veterans. 78% of vets who served before 9/11 say it was easy for them to adjust to civilian life Only 51% of post-9/11 vets say the same https://t.co/6wl0Umr8A2 https://t.co/HerA8RWkBA


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