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10 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 10:34pm
While majorities of both Democrats and Republicans say it is at least somewhat important to provide safe and sanitary conditions to asylum-seekers once they arrive in the U.S., fully 91% of Democrats say this, compared with 61% of Republicans. https://t.co/LNJFWeHS8Z https://t.co/GnO7Ylbawk


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13 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 7:13pm
A plurality or majority of Americans say they don’t know enough to decide whether six of 13 outlets we asked about – HuffPost, BuzzFeed, Sean Hannity Show (radio), Vox, Newsmax and Breitbart – are part of the mainstream media or not. https://t.co/fpKJQ8HjCW https://t.co/batPfZNs34


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16 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 4:17pm
While the term “mainstream media” has been used in many partisan contexts, there is wide agreement between Republicans and Democrats about whether the outlets we asked about are part of the mainstream news media or not. https://t.co/Ek2FJoPQUY https://t.co/GS6o9XAeQc


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17 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 3:18pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: There's been lots of talk about a pandemic ‘baby bust’ on the horizon, but the fertility rate in the U.S. was already at a record low before the pandemic began. https://t.co/6mTqZVE9KP https://t.co/NhZGaHvCdD


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Pew Research Center
18 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 2:03pm
A majority of Americans consider ABC News, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post to be part of the mainstream media. The remaining six outlets in our survey draw different responses from the public. https://t.co/Ek2FJoPQUY https://t.co/389ovhT2Zz


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19 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 1:09pm
NEW: To learn more about how Americans think about the term “mainstream media,” we asked a representative sample of U.S. adults whether they consider each of 13 different news outlets to be a part of the mainstream media or not. Here’s what we found. https://t.co/Ek2FJoPQUY https://t.co/M5zMeuGp6A


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Pew Research Center
20 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 12:43pm
The general fertility rate in the U.S. was already at a record low before the pandemic. In 2019, there were 58.3 births for every 1,000 women ages 15 to 44 in the U.S., down from 59.1 in 2018, making it the fifth consecutive year in which the rate fell. https://t.co/sD145HS13i https://t.co/N56fTfCg86


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21 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 11:07am
NEW: Early data is pointing toward a significant drop in fertility directly related to the pandemic, both in the U.S. and globally, in the coming years. Here are five key facts about the nation’s recent fertility trends before the pandemic began. https://t.co/bc6RxeYYRS https://t.co/aZCy2GwKjR


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22 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 10:25am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: - Florida's DeSantis blocks most media from bill signing - Twitter suspends account that was tweeting Trump statements - Substack introduces new sections feature https://t.co/UmXVGT0Rl5

Pew Research Center
22 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 10:25am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Last fall, 42% of employed adults under age 50 said it had been difficult to feel motivated to do their work during the pandemic, compared with 20% of those ages 50 and older. https://t.co/xuXZUkSRce https://t.co/H2qWIXeCjX


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22 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 10:22am
RT @PewReligion: 66% of Americans who place themselves on the right of the ideological spectrum say Christians face discrimination, compared with just 21% of those on the left https://t.co/9J88KUmRHN https://t.co/ILB7HOhXs1


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Pew Research Center
23 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 9:33am
RT @Carnegie_Europe: How do French, German, British, & U.S. publics feel about their governments and the need for reform? @RosaBalfour, @Lauraruthsilver, @richardwike, @kalypsonicolaid, & @judydempsey discussed this & more at our event hosted with @pewresearch. Watch below! https://t.co/7PfclaLO7n

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1 day ago:   Friday May 7 - 12:35am
On our Decoded blog: How survey mode affects Americans’ views of international affairs https://t.co/F3NvynKTWs https://t.co/LXsIoKjTIr


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 10:34pm
Q&A: After misses in 2016 and 2020, does polling need to be fixed again? What our survey experts say https://t.co/ocgIc7F0Pf

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 7:13pm
Support for legal abortion varies by race and ethnicity, education and religious affiliation. https://t.co/8msrihm37I https://t.co/xg4gqbJ1k2


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 7:03pm
RT @allthingscensus: Our @pewresearch surveys found people moved to be near family during the pandemic but that financial reasons grew in importance over time https://t.co/IBximDtnQr https://t.co/2iIfGJqMZs

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 4:17pm
Democrats are 45 percentage points more likely than Republicans to say abortion should be legal in all or most cases (80% vs. 35%). This gap is little changed over the last few years, but the current divide is wider than it was in the past. https://t.co/8msrihm37I https://t.co/EujJ8C9PL3


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 3:11pm
NEW: A 59% majority of U.S. adults say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, while 39% think abortion should be illegal in all or most cases. https://t.co/8msrihm37I https://t.co/LDSeYeoFGH


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 2:03pm
Americans are deeply divided by ideology over which is the bigger problem: people seeing racial and ethnic discrimination where it does NOT exist, or people not seeing such discrimination where it really DOES exist. https://t.co/3TFS8t7800 https://t.co/rmHRugRVTd


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 12:43pm
In the U.S. and the UK, a majority of people on the ideological right say they are proud of their country most of the time. In both countries, only around one-in-six of those on the ideological left say the same. https://t.co/3TFS8t7800 https://t.co/o46lhUASIo


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 11:18am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Republicans were a lot less likely than Democrats to vote absentee or by mail last year. But among Reps who did vote absentee, there is considerably more support for 'no excuse' absentee voting than among those who didn't. https://t.co/HLZL4W4zGx https://t.co/dMkTh2JfQc


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 9:50am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: Fox purchases sports news site Outkick, NewsGuild formally argues that Tribune should reject offer from Alden Global Capital, and Facebook launches local news app feature. https://t.co/kdVFGx91eX

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 9:35am
The share who say immigrants in their country today want to adopt their customs and way of life has increased significantly since 2014 in the UK, Germany and France. https://t.co/h1gqMKxYkQ https://t.co/XzXgbGuxQj


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 6:01am
In all four nations surveyed, sizable majorities see speaking their country’s dominant language and sharing its customs and traditions to be at least somewhat important to truly being part of their countries. https://t.co/Lp8haWpvM6 https://t.co/rqRaGr4lsy


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 12:35am
About half of Democrats (49%) report using Instagram, 19 percentage points more than the share of Republicans who say the same (30%). https://t.co/hGRgMGSa68 https://t.co/nwDo1G1tf3


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:34pm
Chart: Focus groups in the U.S. and UK find that left and right see the same aspects of history through different lenses. https://t.co/GBordZwHX8 https://t.co/f0CIPWfrCs


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 7:13pm
In the U.S., nearly half of Americans say Christians face at least some discrimination, though fewer than a third say the same in France, Germany and the UK. https://t.co/mwNFSPA3ci https://t.co/KLX9u2y8Lz


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 6:53pm
RT @johngramlich: % of adults in each country who say "people today are too easily offended by what others say" 🇺🇸 US: 57% 🇬🇧 UK: 53% 🇫🇷 France: 52% 🇩🇪 Germany: 45% https://t.co/HloPh3Pm2I https://t.co/EiBJSe2rMP


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 4:17pm
Outside of France, more people in the four countries surveyed say it’s a bigger problem for their country today to not see discrimination where it really does exist than for people to see discrimination where it really isn’t present. https://t.co/PrDD8MtWGn https://t.co/D37k4S39So


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 3:35pm
Chart: In four countries, people on the ideological right and left differ over the characteristics they see as very important to national identity https://t.co/3TFS8t7800 https://t.co/vsfj7eTRoH


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 3:25pm
Focus groups we conducted in the U.S. and UK during the fall of 2019 shed light on issues that were points of pride and shame for Americans and Britons in their countries. Most notably, issues of pride for some were often sources of shame for others. https://t.co/tZhDiJ11XX https://t.co/i0Pg9UDWlM


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 3:00pm
Views on discrimination against ethnic and racial minorities in the U.S., France, Germany, and the UK differs based on age and education level: https://t.co/BUHf2QHWAZ https://t.co/GgOHUVBd9W


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 2:03pm
Similar shares of Democrats and Republicans cite several reasons for not posting or sharing content about political or social issues on social media. There are other areas, however, where partisan and ideological differences stand out. https://t.co/n7sHNdzmX2 https://t.co/uGFlbHhgqQ


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 2:00pm
In the U.S., Republicans are more likely than Democrats to see all four qualities asked about as crucial to American identity. https://t.co/GHkm6J1BfV https://t.co/KOrMtbWxnG


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 1:24pm
Republicans are far more likely than Democrats to say it is important to reduce the number of people coming to the U.S. to seek asylum. https://t.co/W5fW8eLRZ0 https://t.co/vajlnRggLP


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 1:00pm
Relatively few in the U.S., UK, France and Germany see birthplace or Christianity as important to belonging in their country. https://t.co/fW2AS4h9T1 https://t.co/paD0oVoCvA


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 12:43pm
Many adults in the U.S., France, Germany and the UK think their countries will be better off in the future if they are open to changes regarding traditional ways of life https://t.co/RLsvsbre6G https://t.co/cVbu8epSTv


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:58am
RT @c_deane: For our survey research pals: After struggling to find reliable, current benchmarks for vital traits like party ID and religious affil., we decided to invest in benchmarking them ourselves. NPORS, the Nat'l Public Opinion Reference Survey @pewresearch https://t.co/DXjWpiQrfd

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
To follow our work on the Asian American community, please visit our topic page: https://t.co/HIZKcRPyIu

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Pew Research Center has existing plans to explore this issue of identity more in some of our upcoming work, which will examine the views and opinions of Taiwanese Americans separately from Chinese Americans and other Asian origin groups.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Identity is a complicated issue when we talk about the diversity of #AAPI communities, and we are grateful to those who have highlighted this issue, which underscores the need for better data collection efforts.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Because it is difficult to directly identify Taiwanese Americans confidently and distinctively with the data from the Census Bureau we use in this research, we group people choosing Taiwanese race as part of the larger Chinese American population.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
The Census Bureau also provides separate data on ancestry where “Taiwanese” is one of the ancestries identified. In this data, fewer than half of the respondents of Taiwanese ancestry reported “Taiwanese” as their race.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Just 28% of those reporting Taiwan as their place of birth in the 2017-2019 American Community Survey, for example, also identify their race/ethnicity as Taiwanese. Meanwhile, 62% identify their race as only Chinese and 10% reported other groups. https://t.co/g0BM5GIEiz


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
And how the Census Bureau collects data about Taiwanese Americans through the race question raises some questions about whether that data accurately represent the number of Taiwanese Americans and their characteristics.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Those who identify as Taiwanese may write in their origin in a separate box. While many do so, there is no prompt suggesting Taiwanese as a write-in answer. It is unclear how this affects the survey’s ability to capture the full number of Asian Americans identifying as Taiwanese.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
In the American Community Survey and the decennial censuses, the question about racial identity includes check boxes where respondents can select some Asian subgroups, such as Chinese. There is no box for respondents who wish to identify as Taiwanese. https://t.co/MHe1FWlU5p https://t.co/rCsx1Ayco9


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
In some cases, how some race groups are reported may be inconsistent with other data or measurement since Census Bureau forms do not include all possible identities Americans may choose.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
But in our demographic research, like our new work on Asian Americans, we rely on data from @uscensusbureau, which is the most comprehensive available data on the U.S. population.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
In @pewresearch surveys, we rely on self-identification to determine how to categorize the race and ethnicity of respondents. It’s one of the ways we try to account for the diversity of the populations we study.

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:55am
Presenting data on Taiwanese Americans is not a straightforward task, and it is one that underscores the need for better data to understand #AAPI communities. Our latest research on Asian Americans provides an example of why this is true. (Thread) https://t.co/exLqeUJfbl

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:36am
Watch our discussion with @Carnegie_Europe on what recent polling data tell us about national identity, culture and immigration in Europe. Thanks to @Judy_Dempsey, @KalypsoNicolaid & @RosaBalfour. https://t.co/J6jl2kcjGO

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:34am
RT @RichardWike: Our new @pewglobal report shows views about national identity becoming somewhat more inclusive in the US, UK, France and Germany https://t.co/LwFTxcv8VY https://t.co/jaSoQ8F4xh


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:30am
When it comes to the issue of political correctness, at least four-in-ten in the four countries surveyed say people should be careful what they say to avoid offending others. https://t.co/AXwvbKsxf3 https://t.co/WUowsOIIw5


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:00am
In the U.S., conservatives (55%) are more likely than liberals (16%) to say they are proud of their country most of the time. Liberals are about equally likely to say they are ashamed most of the time as proud most of the time. https://t.co/ckncFntD42 https://t.co/pihP5Hazru


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:44am
RT @MonicaRAnders: Reps, Dems at odds over Trump's fate on social media: 88% of Republicans say his accounts should NOT be permanently banned on social media, while 81% of Democrats say they should https://t.co/m5S3T6RmrQ @pewresearch https://t.co/enhlcGSeRA


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:34am
RT @kat_devlin: In all four nations surveyed, about half or more say it is very important to speak their country’s dominant language in order to truly be part of their country https://t.co/5vzMyiH3Qi https://t.co/EzJ6toq5N9


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:25am
Fewer in the U.S., France, Germany and the UK now say criteria for national belonging like birthplace and religion are important: https://t.co/Jh6w84liuw https://t.co/48FgpxfEtp


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:10am
Adults in the U.S, France, Germany and the UK have become more likely to believe that immigrants want to adopt the customs and ways of life in their countries. 65% of Americans now hold this opinion, up from 54% in 2018. https://t.co/04V1DgV2zp

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 10:09am
NEW: When it comes to key cultural issues, ideological divisions in the U.S. are significantly wider than in the UK, France and Germany, according to a new analysis of our four-country survey in fall 2020. https://t.co/BvgyeM8TtM https://t.co/KXZ9GVNQZe


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 9:37am
RT @FactTank: Partisan differences in social media use show up for some platforms, but not Facebook https://t.co/4gRmBwOu5s https://t.co/CQH51ROiul


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 9:35am
Far more Americans say they are bothered “a lot” by the feeling that some corporations and wealthy people do not pay their fair share in taxes than by the complexity of the tax system or even the amount they pay in taxes. https://t.co/cZa9fPp5Jw https://t.co/Gx2mDXOWot


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 8:56am
95% of conservative Republicans believe Donald Trump’s accounts should not be permanently banned from social media, but that share is lower among moderate and liberal Republicans (77%). https://t.co/3iG3g5b8oY https://t.co/hERrQHmvgu


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 8:32am
RT @lrainie: On the day when the Facebook oversight board rules on the fate of former Pres. Trump account, NEW @pewresearch survey finds Americans divided right down the middle on whether Trump should be permanently banned from social media https://t.co/DFOYlkNIU5 https://t.co/r8jkBLLXQO


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 8:14am
Republicans and Democrats hold deeply contrasting views of a lifetime social media ban for Donald Trump. Just 11% of Republicans say Trump’s accounts should be permanently banned from social media, while 81% of Democrats say this. https://t.co/T7ve4axzAV https://t.co/e1d9X0382s


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 7:29am
RT @MonicaRAnders: Should Trump's accounts be permanently banned from social media? 49% of Americans say they should, 50% say they should not NEW survey data from @pewresearch https://t.co/i39hbzCrcH https://t.co/IjrrSuZONe


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 7:08am
NEW: Americans are split on whether former President Donald Trump should be barred from social media. Some 49% of U.S. adults say Trump’s accounts should be permanently banned from social media, while half say they should not be. https://t.co/atWMNf620E

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 6:01am
76% of Democrats say they like the way Biden conducts himself as president, while 59% of Republicans say they do not like how he conducts himself. https://t.co/qASCLtBo33 https://t.co/7GZaINyVgu


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 12:35am
Support for several gun policy proposals – including expanded gun background checks and an assault weapons ban – is much greater among Democrats than Republicans. https://t.co/NFIyU7mwbB https://t.co/xuo4SDQDMD


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 10:34pm
Most Latinos say U.S. immigration system needs big changes https://t.co/qkkVQgACbL https://t.co/NPoGT6IF2g


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 7:13pm
Joe Biden is doing better than Donald Trump among most religious groups when it comes to views about his conduct. https://t.co/0Q9MBVfOiy https://t.co/vqLrz11x7V


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 6:29pm
RT @ColleenAMcClain: New @pewresearch: Seven-in-ten social media users never or rarely post or share about political or social issues (four-in-ten never do). When we asked why they don’t, not wanting content used against them or to be attacked for views were top major reasons. https://t.co/ofSrmDiZak https://t.co/f1lVnefBMP

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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 4:17pm
Three-quarters of White evangelical Protestants (75%) say they disapprove of Joe Biden’s performance so far, which is about equal to the share who *approved* of Donald Trump’s performance four years ago (73%). https://t.co/0Q9MBVfOiy https://t.co/MLAAF6fiwb


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 3:46pm
Among U.S. social media users, those toward the center of the ideological spectrum are more likely to be reluctant about posting or sharing things about political or social issues on social media than those at the edges of the spectrum. https://t.co/d4I67k2ccb https://t.co/XP0ZKkkUMK


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 2:45pm
RT @lrainie: NEW: 70% of U.S. social media users never or rarely post or share about political, social issues. Top reasons for not posting: Don't want posts to be used against them Don't want to be attacked for their views @FactTank analysis by @ColleenAMcClain https://t.co/YPAya4clrk https://t.co/bjcpcXiIah


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 2:09pm
NEW: Only 9% of adult social media users say they often post or share things about political or social issues on social media. Some 70% of social media users say they never (40%) or rarely (30%) do so. https://t.co/6lp9k1nQZY https://t.co/e7GSZuYXIs


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 2:03pm
While 79% of Democrats say it is very or somewhat important to increase aid to Central American countries, where many asylum seekers come from, only 40% of Republicans say the same. https://t.co/48AMTnMRPI https://t.co/pkQlwTvPAu


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 1:07pm
Join us for a public discussion on the findings of three recent @pewresearch reports on attitudes toward governments, national economic policies, and the factors that shape national identities in France, Germany, the UK, and the U.S. https://t.co/hDgNTrLgCT @Carnegie_Europe

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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 12:43pm
While Republicans and Democrats differ in many respects in their priorities for the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, there are also some shared priorities: https://t.co/6PrOIUlrVY https://t.co/OblNE44FlZ


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 11:58am
RT @pewmethods: 1/ NEW: Introducing @pewresearch's National Public Opinion Reference Survey (NPORS), our annual, cross-sectional survey of U.S. adults used to produce benchmark estimates for Americans’ political affiliation, religious affiliation & internet use frequency: https://t.co/mnhav2TypZ

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 11:58am
RT @c_deane: Partisan divisions on some gun policy proposals – and even on whether gun violence is a serious national problem – have grown wider over the last few years. @pewresearch https://t.co/Olgdbwfz8j https://t.co/vNK7p78UTd


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 11:03am
NEW: U.S. religious groups are deeply divided about President Joe Biden’s performance so far, just as they were about President Donald Trump throughout his term. In fact, Biden’s approval ratings today are nearly a mirror image of Trump’s four years ago. https://t.co/0Q9MBVfOiy https://t.co/GddkSMC6Y2


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 9:49am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: Los Angeles Times names ESPN’s Kevin Merida as next executive editor, a look at how creators are using TikTok to deliver news to Gen Z, and The Colorado Sun acquires a chain of 24 suburban newspapers in Denver. https://t.co/Scigjn54nY

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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 9:35am
46% of Americans today say they have heard a lot about the increase in the number of people seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border, with Republicans more likely than Democrats to say this (56% vs. 41%). https://t.co/99Xn3cwAqW https://t.co/pwLkyvCl5s


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 6:01am
25% of U.S. adults overall say that undocumented immigrants should not be allowed to stay in the country legally and that there should be a national law enforcement effort to deport them. https://t.co/DNzGb00htX https://t.co/pJiIY2GsXQ


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 12:35am
One-third of Asian Americans fear threats, physical attacks and most say violence against them is rising https://t.co/pPsFBYk9O8 https://t.co/NnZX794tuB


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4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 10:34pm
Among U.S. adults overall, 42% say that undocumented immigrants who are currently living in the U.S. and meet certain requirements should be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship. https://t.co/mdQHlwTjvr https://t.co/laKxpHSDsF


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4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 7:13pm
86% of Democrats say that undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. should be allowed to stay if certain requirements are met. The share of Democrats who say this is essentially unchanged in recent years. https://t.co/CYe1mRYLXR https://t.co/jLgFs3sAT7


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 6:27pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: In Jan, following the #CapitolRiot majorities of Trump voters - older and younger, w/ different levels of education & different ideologies - said Trump received the most votes cast by eligible voters in enough states to win the election. https://t.co/lkU6Qyaru1 https://t.co/mkEtrnPxcJ


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 6:20pm
RT @Moira_EF: % who say it is very important for their national government to provide a universal basic income to all people: UK 🇬🇧: 50 France🇫🇷: 38 Germany 🇩🇪: 37 U.S. 🇺🇸: 31 https://t.co/EFVxTidkWD https://t.co/gxh3MfP0OG


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 5:28pm
RT @johngramlich: The Trump administration made major changes to the asylum process at the US-Mexico border. Today, 70% of Republicans and 35% of Democrats say it's very or somewhat important to stop allowing people at the border to seek asylum in the US. https://t.co/kfVAjRdTk3 https://t.co/OQxyuSdmlt


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 5:00pm
Republicans (78%) are twice as likely as Democrats (39%) to say it is important to make it harder for asylum seekers to be granted legal status in the U.S. https://t.co/0KYVh4Iu4i https://t.co/45rD21NYsM


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 4:30pm
The share of Americans who say illegal immigration is a very big national problem has risen 20 percentage points, from 28% in 2020 to 48% today. The share currently citing illegal immigration as a major problem is similar to 2019 (43%) and 2018 (42%). https://t.co/V8Fu6vSYY2 https://t.co/FwFdmjVkV0


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 4:17pm
48% of Republicans say undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay in the U.S. if certain requirements are met and 51% say they should not be allowed to stay. https://t.co/c3sQGBUTXh https://t.co/2ixF6Cemve


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 4:00pm
69% of U.S. adults say that there should be a way for undocumented immigrants who are now living in the U.S. to stay in the country legally if certain requirements are met, down from 77% in March 2017. https://t.co/5J8dpYznkY https://t.co/3fCpciVPHx


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 3:30pm
Majorities in both parties say the government has done a bad job dealing with the influx of asylum seekers at the U.S-Mexico border: 86% of Republicans rate the government’s performance negatively, as do 56% of Democrats. https://t.co/xZfZj9DmMq https://t.co/45sGGicRHg


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 3:15pm
47% of Americans say it is very important to reduce the number of people coming to the U.S. seeking asylum; another 32% say this is somewhat important. https://t.co/taMBb355WK https://t.co/edAz5Na7x8


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 3:09pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Only 42% of Democrats and Dem-leaning independents say the government is doing an excellent or good job dealing with increased number of people seeking asylum at US-Mexico border. Just 13% of Republicans/Rep leaners say the same. https://t.co/Wt95BgGjRL https://t.co/uPcihHtRGH


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 3:00pm
Large majorities of Americans say it is very or somewhat important to increase available staff both for patrolling and policing the border and to quickly process unaccompanied minors. https://t.co/YmCnw1jiEb https://t.co/QDbHxtaJr6


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Monday May 3 - 2:58pm
NEW: Americans are expressing renewed concern over illegal immigration and the situation at the U.S. border with Mexico. https://t.co/zRTGvQ1XcJ