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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 11:01am
RT @johngramlich: Finland's Sanna Marin is one of the world's youngest leaders at 37 and one of just 13 women heads of government in the 193 UN member states: https://t.co/XYwrO7TuFU That number may soon be down to 12 after Marin's party fared poorly in Finnish elections: https://t.co/HZqjs1fvmG https://t.co/c7hKL9rAzL


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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 10:22am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Dominion defamation case against Fox News will go to trial - More than 30 media outlets and press freedom groups call for Russia to release WSJ reporter - Twitter removes "verified" badge from the New York Times' account & more: https://t.co/9wDP1SIPBj

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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 9:35am
In a multiple-choice knowledge question, 64% of American correctly identify China as the country where TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, is based. Adults under 30 are somewhat less likely to know this. https://t.co/NuX6y5MtsN https://t.co/ghRrZTiNng


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11 months ago:   Saturday Apr 1 - 1:11pm
Director of Social Trends Research @kim_c_parker surfaces counterintuitive findings for readers that often gets missed in the dialogue around women’s progress in the United States in a piece for @dallasnews. Read on here: https://t.co/zYglZZwDCv

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 6:23pm
RT @pewinternet: 88% of U.S. adults say they have little or no confidence in Chinese social media companies to follow what their privacy policies say they will do with personal information. 75% don’t trust American social companies to do the same. https://t.co/9sgKBOWm2T https://t.co/u1ttV9MOfq


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 6:23pm
RT @MonicaRAnders: Half of Americans support the U.S. government banning TikTok - but views vary by age, party and whether you’re a user or not - NEW from @pewresearch https://t.co/llAfIGkF3N https://t.co/ou84225ztt


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 6:23pm
RT @pewscience: A new report from @pewresearch shows there are wide partisan gaps in Americans' views of federal agencies. They are the deepest for the CDC (80% 🔵 vs. 31% 🔴) and the EPA (74% 🔵 vs. 36% 🔴) https://t.co/n5U7ZnDGA1 https://t.co/Tsblwr6UrR


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 6:21pm
RT @ColleenAMcClain: New @pewglobal data shows Americans skeptical about social media companies + privacy: 78% are not confident American social media companies will use their personal info in ways they feel comfortable with; 87% say so about Chinese social media companies. https://t.co/nDnbk3p1Rv https://t.co/5TDmokT6De


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 5:09pm
RT @katmatsa: New @pewresearch data show more Americans support U.S. govt banning TikTok than oppose it (50% vs. 22%) https://t.co/kuIDZbuWVe Past #TikTok #data 📊 ✔️News consumption & TikTok: https://t.co/a7eK7ssfWX ✔️Teens & TikTok: https://t.co/KM6QSIKwOK #socialmedia

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 4:17pm
More than twice as many Americans support the U.S. government banning TikTok as oppose it (50% vs. 22%), though 28% say they are not sure. https://t.co/FWaL4YqI3o https://t.co/CAeNSDda57


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 2:03pm
50% of U.S. workers who aren’t self-employed say they find their job to be enjoyable all or most of the time, and 47% say it is fulfilling. 29% say they find their job to be stressful, and 19% say they find their job to be overwhelming. https://t.co/mQvb9IEJdg https://t.co/ZuyfL8jKMS


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 12:43pm
62% of U.S. workers who aren’t self-employed say it’s extremely important to them personally to have a job that offers paid time off for vacations, routine doctor’s visits or to deal with minor illnesses. https://t.co/oIkNwiB7It https://t.co/ErBNSrHRgD


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:51am
NEW: By a more than two-to-one margin, Americans support U.S. government banning TikTok https://t.co/VydHZd30h1

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:35am
RT @RichardWike: New poll: by more than 2-1 Americans support banning TikTok but young people and TikTok users are much less likely to support a ban https://t.co/5p3o8nypvv https://t.co/RwkarKs5h9


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:27am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Trump's indictment takes over news channels - News organizations refuse to pay for Twitter checkmark - New data from Pew Research Center on Americans' support for a TikTok ban & more: https://t.co/H9ryr74YW2

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 9:35am
Nearly half of workers who have paid time off say they typically take less time off than their employer offers. About half say they don’t feel they need to take more time off (52%) or worry they might fall behind at work if they took more time off (49%).https://t.co/1w8BDRKqcl https://t.co/1hbxYZVqBh


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 8:49pm
RT @johngramlich: Public trust in the federal government is near its lowest point in 60+ years (https://t.co/l1rHubxWjk). But when you ask Americans about individual federal agencies, the story can be very different, as the chart below shows. NEW from @pewresearch: https://t.co/3Fz1hHwO3q https://t.co/LSI1OudmlO


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 8:49pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Americans' views of federal agencies. Unable to trend to previous surveys due to mode shift, but it's still striking that the FBI (and CIA) are viewed favorably by much larger shares of Democrats than Republicans. https://t.co/vtkc6Qf6ln https://t.co/P9EmMbQNmm


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 2:03pm
Majorities of upper- and middle-income workers who aren’t self-employed (80% or more) say their employer offers paid time off for vacations, doctor’s appointments and minor illnesses, health insurance, and retirement programs such as 401(k)s. https://t.co/O52MSItp8j https://t.co/MPs7bmmq8p


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 1:56pm
NEW: Americans feel favorably about many federal agencies, especially the Park Service, Postal Service and NASA https://t.co/FuSnMC6981

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 12:43pm
34% of workers who aren’t self-employed say they receive feedback on how they’re doing their job from their manger or supervisor extremely often or often. 39% say they sometimes receive feedback and 27% say they rarely or never do. https://t.co/wPSGXjpwHx https://t.co/hiVICzoDzc


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 12:07pm
RT @RichardWike: New data shows rising concerns in the US about China-Taiwan tensions https://t.co/6TdapiIIMo https://t.co/MoqJfgLK1p


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 11:56am
RT @johngramlich: NEW: The percentage of American workers who can work from home and are doing it all the time has declined from 55% in October 2020 to 43% in January 2022 to 35% today. But we're still nowhere near "normal": Before COVID-19, only 7% fell into this category. https://t.co/LFeCzPs8SA

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 11:55am
RT @MonicaRAnders: Calling all work spouses! A majority of employed Americans - 65% - say they have a close friend at work https://t.co/U5EVzYh61a @pewresearch https://t.co/vIO2k9ch0O


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:45am
Among U.S. workers who aren’t self-employed and commute to work, 59% say they are highly satisfied with their commute. 26% say they are somewhat satisfied, and 15% say they are not too or not at all satisfied. https://t.co/S7LN0PReu0 https://t.co/v8XRDfvo9M


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:30am
39% of workers who aren’t self-employed say their job or career is extremely or very important to their overall identity. 34% say it is somewhat important and 27% say it’s not too or not at all important. https://t.co/QHUpmk3wT9 https://t.co/XwavkvBfvU


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:15am
Most U.S. workers say they are extremely or very satisfied with their relationship with their co-workers (67%) and with their manager or supervisor (62%). About seven-in-ten or more say they’re treated with respect (78%) and can be themselves at work (72%).https://t.co/wESFJdmHT8 https://t.co/JGyF3JUxPe


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:03am
NEW: In the wake of the Great Resignation and amid reports of “quiet quitting,” only about half of U.S. workers say they are extremely or very satisfied with their job overall. https://t.co/yIC2i7VItb

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 9:53am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - WSJ reporter detained in Russia on suspicion of spying - NYT union members protest inside the newsroom - Bangladeshi police arrest journalist following the publishing of a report on rising food prices & more: https://t.co/0cl3LM71r3

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 9:35am
In an October 2022 survey, 54% of Americans said the U.S. should continue to have high-level politicians visit Taiwan, even if it harms relations with China https://t.co/wzlihTzphW https://t.co/db9KfKwksW


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 9:26am
RT @MonicaRAnders: Just 15% of Americans are more excited than concerned about increased use of AI in daily life @pewresearch https://t.co/zQkoeZu17A https://t.co/QFMgwVZDdo


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 4:17pm
A 66% majority of Americans have a favorable view of Taiwan, including 70% of Democrats and 64% of Republicans. https://t.co/i9GQe8bqb4 https://t.co/gxTHiHBliN


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 3:20pm
47% of U.S. adults say tensions between mainland China and Taiwan are a very serious problem for the U.S., up from 43% in October 2022 and 28% in February 2021. https://t.co/BQQBaYSNHK https://t.co/7aIzwRjTN2


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 3:13pm
NEW: Americans are increasingly worried about China-Taiwan tensions https://t.co/yam6jnNuHc

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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 2:31pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: The Senate has now voted to repeal Iraq war authorization, sending the measure to House. Here's a look back at public attitudes toward the use of force in Iraq, with a focus on the months leading up to war. https://t.co/en6AZ1trUH

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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 12:16pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Court filings show Dominion wants to call top Fox executives and hosts to testify - Google adds new features to help users verify information on Search - Report shows that Twitter has been secretly boosting 35 users’ posts & more: https://t.co/0hnjxucSc5

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 8:13pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW from @pewglobal: Only 13 of the 193 member states of the United Nations currently have a woman leader. And only 59 of those 193 UN member countries – fewer than a third – have *ever* had a woman leader. https://t.co/XYwrO7TuFU https://t.co/J8F1I6zlXw


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 2:17pm
RT @conradhackett: The pandemic had potential to cause big changes in worship attendance. Did fear & suffering cause more people to seek religious community? Or did the move to online services cause an attendance dip? Check out the new @pewresearch report for answers: https://t.co/JTDEITreK9

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 12:43pm
30% of Americans now say they attend religious services at least monthly, down from 33% in 2019 (prior to the pandemic). https://t.co/zMOdorpKme https://t.co/B0mS4SNJOT


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 11:53am
RT @pewjournalism: In 2021, 11% of high-circulation newspapers experienced layoffs, the lowest percentage of large newspapers experiencing layoffs since @pewresearch began tracking this trend in 2017. https://t.co/zj8gajYRCq https://t.co/yJ5AFnA8MW

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 11:40am
NEW: Fewer than a third of UN member states have ever had a woman leader https://t.co/ZzEqloqkYK

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 11:26am
RT @RichardWike: New analysis looks at data on women leaders around the world - women currently serve as the head of government in just 13 of the 193 member states of the UN. And fewer than a third of UN countries have ever had a woman leader https://t.co/edlp2qYsJn

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:12am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Twitter announces that only tweets from verified accounts will appear in “For You” recommendations - How journalists and AI can coexist in a newsroom - A look at how journalists can help in moments of tragedy & more: https://t.co/Aj2z0azogp

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
These are just a few findings from our survey of over 11,300 U.S. adults conducted in November 2022, as well as several other of our surveys over the last few years. Read our new report for more: https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
Overall, 15% of U.S. adults say they now watch religious services online or on TV more often than they did before the pandemic, compared with just 5% who report doing this less often. https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH https://t.co/9xlUmKEx8H


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
Throughout most of the pandemic, about six-in-ten Americans have not taken part in religious services in any way. In our new survey, this includes 72% of adults under 30. https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH https://t.co/Vh6OHVGPV8


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
Throughout the pandemic, White evangelical Protestants consistently have been the most likely of the country’s major religious groups to attend services in person. The share reporting that they physically went to church in the past month has not dropped below 30% since July 2020 https://t.co/ktLK5ln9He


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
28% of U.S. adults now say they attended religious services in person in the last month, practically unchanged from the last time we asked this question in March 2022 (27%) and only slightly higher than in September 2021 (26%). https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH https://t.co/B6tMuQhhAk


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
However, as the pandemic has run its course and many congregations have reopened their doors to worshippers, the share participating virtually in worship services has been dropping, while in-person attendance quickly rebounded and then appears to have plateaued. https://t.co/G96HQmLFWO


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
Since we first asked in July 2020, the share of U.S. adults participating in religious services in some way has hovered around four-in-ten. https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH https://t.co/ylXyFvrt4B


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:08am
NEW: The share of U.S. adults who take part in religious services in some way (in person, virtually or both) in a given month has remained remarkably steady since the early days of the pandemic, even though how they participate has shifted dramatically. https://t.co/RHf2lTA2BH

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 9:28am
RT @CarrollDoherty: As Congress investigates recent bank collapses, a look back at the public's views of banks' impact on US. In Oct., similar %s of liberal Democrats (65%) and conservative Republicans (60%) said they had a negative impact. https://t.co/WcNecdo0NF https://t.co/ZUljhUhFSR


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 2:12pm
RT @katmatsa: Sharing an important roundup of @pewresearch studies on news media trends and employment, particularly relevant in light of the Texas Observer shutting down. #layoffs https://t.co/iBY6CKfRkA

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 12:43pm
On March 27, 1924, Margaret Butler, the first female fellow at the American Nuclear Society and advocate for women in STEM, was born. In 2019, women made up 50% of those employed in STEM jobs, though their representation across occupations varies widely. https://t.co/FoZrmolipc https://t.co/dWgnu3F1kM


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 11:31am
RT @pewscience: How would you feel if your provider relied on AI in your health care? See what U.S. adults think about it in this report ⬇️ https://t.co/onVWW96Gka https://t.co/2ETJtX8y1R


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 9:39am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Fox New fires Abby Grossberg over disclosure in Dominion case - The Texas Observer to close - Twitter blocks accounts in India at request of the government & more: https://t.co/YR4biXKfOZ

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11 months ago:   Saturday Mar 25 - 9:50am
RT @katmatsa: With recent hearings, the conversation around TikTok’s impact on news consumption is heightened. Our latest @pewresearch data shows that more Americans are relying on TikTok for their news fix, adding a new dimension to the social media landscape. https://t.co/a7eK7ssNMv #TikTok

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 4:17pm
Median age of world leaders who are women: 57 Median age of world leaders who are men: 62 https://t.co/ldENs7jUvO https://t.co/eaUSg4v84N


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 2:03pm
In countries that @freedomhouse classifies as not free, the median age of the national leader is 69, compared with 61 in countries classified as partly free and 58 in countries classified as free. https://t.co/2Ir6hB9XBa https://t.co/1brx7OZZXb


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 12:55pm
RT @pewglobal: The United States is the lone country out of 19 surveyed in 2022 where a plurality of adults say their country’s influence has been getting weaker recently. https://t.co/VK4ypE4bHZ https://t.co/MKi8Uk4B80


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 12:55pm
RT @johngramlich: Current ages of various world leaders 🇨🇱 Chile (Boric, 37, youngest with available info) 🇺🇦 Ukraine (Zelenskyy, 45) 🇨🇦 Canada (Trudeau, 51) 🇨🇳 China (Xi, 69) 🇷🇺 Russia (Putin, 70) 🇺🇸 US (Biden, 80) 🇨🇲 Cameroon (Biya, 90, oldest) https://t.co/0AQu6hQh9e https://t.co/dxnKyb0wD6


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 12:43pm
The median age of current national leaders is 62, according to an analysis of 187 UN member states. The largest share of leaders (35%) are in their 60s. Joe Biden, at 80, is the ninth oldest world leader, and he is among the 5% of leaders in their 80s. https://t.co/OcLRZSlUih https://t.co/CJu0bkrTIr


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 12:00pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: As House debates 'parents' bill of rights,' see this 10/22 survey: 44% of GOP parents (23% of Dem parents) said parents have too little influence on what schools teach; But identical %s were satisfied w/ quality of their children's education (58% each) https://t.co/0sTRv2W7FF

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:17am
RT @johngramlich: NEW: With a possible Biden-Trump rematch on the horizon, age is a presidential campaign issue. @pewglobal tracked down the ages of 187 current world leaders to put the US into perspective. Biden is the 9th oldest; Trump would be among the oldest 25. https://t.co/0AQu6hQh9e https://t.co/ktPGEjIZlE


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:03am
NEW: As Biden considers reelection bid, who are the oldest – and youngest – current world leaders? https://t.co/JYQ1ndccTN

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 10:06am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - NPR cancels 4 podcasts amid layoffs - The Atlanta Journal Constitution names first Black editor-in-chief in newspaper’s history - Anderson Cooper to host new CNN Sunday prime-time series & more: https://t.co/oWdvR27uhZ

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 10:06am
RT @CarrollDoherty: 6 yrs ago, Republicans doubted the party would unite behind Trump. "This is the most skeptical either party’s electorate has been of their party’s ability to unite behind a frontrunner in at least 20 years." 8 months later, 92% of GOP voters backed Trump https://t.co/1PXKA84I7B

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 9:44am
Congratulations to @katmatsa, the new Director of News and Information Research @pewjournalism. https://t.co/04R7rVLxDQ

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 11:20am
RT @pewmethods: Read more about the potential risks and benefits from repeated interviewing of participants in @pewresearch’s American Trends Panel (ATP): https://t.co/SNc65fBxaI

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 9:53am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Newsmax returns to DirecTV - The Messenger acquires Grid - Judge says Rupert Murdoch may have to testify in Dominion lawsuit but issues no ruling yet & more: https://t.co/14s0ztmB2Y

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 8:30am
From 2022: More Americans are getting news on TikTok, bucking the trend on other social media sites https://t.co/i5KbI2xtpw https://t.co/T8o3IDphpl


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 7:27am
Two-thirds of U.S. teens ages 13 to 17 said in a 2022 survey that they ever use TikTok, including 16% who said they use it "almost constantly." https://t.co/ekPKX4s3B8 https://t.co/MB9VISq19n


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 4:48pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Interesting cross-tab from early 2020, at start of Trump's 1st impeachment trial: Among the nearly one-third of Republicans and Rep leaners who said Trump definitely or probably did something illegal, a majority did not want him removed from office. https://t.co/no1Bn5Tvw3 https://t.co/AHRasSudLy


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 11:16am
RT @pewglobal: NEW: Young people ages 18 to 29 in British, French and German focus groups have few positive things to say about the U.S. or China as major players on the world stage. (THREAD) https://t.co/7Bilr4Qhqs

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 6:09pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Last October, we found a modest decline in positive feelings for Trump among Republicans (measured on a 'feeling thermometer'): 60% of Reps/Rep leaners expressed 'warm' feelings toward Trump, down from 67% in 2021 and 79% in 2020 (during reelection). https://t.co/l0UnimDDws

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 4:17pm
In the 2022 midterms, 45.1% of eligible voters cast valid ballots in U.S. House elections. That was down from the 48.1% turnout rate for House elections in the 2018 midterms, but still higher than the 34.4% turnout in 2014. https://t.co/IP8KcU8PT7 https://t.co/CDC3HMIwGw


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 2:45pm
RT @pewmethods: Revisit this ‘Decoded’ post exploring current best practices in survey questionnaire translation, based on academic literature, and how @pewresearch has applied these approaches to our international work: https://t.co/t6sMfnnI12

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 2:34pm
RT @PewReligion: Most U.S. adults do not express negative feelings toward multiple religious groups. In fact, about four-in-ten Americans (41%) do not express an unfavorable view toward any group mentioned in our survey. https://t.co/mIYCzDTnk3 https://t.co/1jjh8vAr8x


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 10:52am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - The Fox and Dominion lawsuit goes to court today - TikTok refreshes its rules to be more strict on AI fakes - A look at The Washington Post’s new accessibility engineer & more: https://t.co/52mZIAF9Ri

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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 9:50am
RT @CarrollDoherty: This from revealing 2019 survey of post-9/11 US military veterans shows the toll from their experiences: "Roughly half say they had emotionally traumatic or distressing experiences related to their military service." #IraqWar https://t.co/Tqdr0OEHlA

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 2:26pm
RT @DrAMDaniller: In case you missed it, a review of 20 years of public opinion data on the U.S. invasion of Iraq: https://t.co/YQMioGPdRL

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 1:03pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Public trust in the federal government reached its highest levels since the 1970s in the months just after 9/11. Trust declined over the next few years, amid the #Iraqwar and, later, with the Great Recession. https://t.co/ilU8Qe84F0

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 12:40pm
RT @johngramlich: The first American airstrikes hit Baghdad 20 years ago today (Iraq time, that is). Here's a @pewresearch retrospective looking at American public opinion before, during and after the Iraq war. https://t.co/7s82KeLNns

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 12:02pm
Two-thirds of conservative Republicans said in an October survey that the partnership between China and Russia is a very serious problem for the United States. https://t.co/LWbOxIsgN6 https://t.co/yMsDHOXxRR


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 11:22am
In an October survey, 57% of Americans said the partnership between China and Russia is a very serious problem for the United States. https://t.co/zr2d5kGqZI https://t.co/9ResLpbNdR


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 11:09am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Labor tensions build up between NYT management and staffers - A look into Sandy Hook families’ struggles to receive legal damages from Alex Jones - BBC chair reportedly helped friend get paid role advising on editorial standards. & more: https://t.co/2UHZtSGuM8

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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 10:12am
We are pleased to welcome @mwadsworth to the @pewresearch board. https://t.co/dOFAbm0pqY

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 12:04pm
RT @bmoham: Americans that know a Muslim rate Muslims more positively. https://t.co/ab4Qt6uuDf


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 12:04pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - The FBI and DOJ are investigating ByteDance’s use of TikTok to spy on journalists - Amazon will no longer sell newspaper and magazine subscriptions through Kindle Newsstand - A look at how CNN’s new prime-time strategy is faring & more: https://t.co/draiV6jCtV

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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 12:03pm
RT @pewmethods: The gender pay gap measures the difference in median hourly earnings between men and women who work full or part time in the U.S. Read more about how @pewresearch measures the gender pay gap and how it has barely closed in the U.S. in the past two decades: https://t.co/UuwaI6uiIl

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 6:37pm
RT @pewmethods: Read more about how @pewglobal conducted a series of focus groups in the U.S., France, Germany, and the UK exploring young adults’ (18-29) attitudes toward international engagement and their views of foreign policy priorities: https://t.co/n2nE5KMQZw https://t.co/zOEv4APMuG


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 6:36pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Axios reporter fired after calling news release on DeSantis event 'propaganda' - BBC sees biggest strike in 13 years - BuzzFeed encourages reporters to write more stories in an effort to increase traffic & more: https://t.co/O36n68LGzz

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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 6:36pm
RT @PewReligion: Americans are far more likely to know someone who is Catholic than they are to know someone who is an Evangelical Christian. https://t.co/qMBupX1256 https://t.co/oYl7HCeeRm


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 3:27pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: From last year - Democrats overwhelmingly said the more important priority for addressing the nation's energy supply should be developing alternative energy sources, rather than expanding fossil fuels. https://t.co/1GyxSWcRiU https://t.co/P78oaW3dui


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 12:43pm
In 2019, majorities of U.S. adults and military veterans, including those who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, said the Iraq War was not worth fighting. In our new essay, we discuss the complicated legacy of the Iraq War, 20 years after it began. https://t.co/TAYlOVIG8T

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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 3:18pm
RT @pewscience: 57% of Americans express some level of confusion when it comes to science news, reporting that they feel it is difficult to know what to think due to so much conflicting information. https://t.co/gH4PyWdo4Q https://t.co/524MpwObW6


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 10:34am
RT @PewReligion: Among Americans who are not born-again or evangelical Protestants, views of evangelical Christians are far more negative than positive. https://t.co/rnSV6WhxSS https://t.co/T7YFNqP7y8


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 10:13am
These are just a few findings from our survey of over 10,000 adults conducted in September 2022. Read our newest report for more: https://t.co/8xDoKFL4jP

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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 10:13am
Most U.S. adults do not express negative feelings toward multiple religious groups. In fact, 41% do not express negative feelings toward any religious group mentioned in our survey, while 24% express a negative view of just one group mentioned. https://t.co/8xDoKFL4jP https://t.co/fFrYtXgMOO


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 10:13am
The balance of opinion toward evangelical Christians is negative both among those who know someone who is an evangelical Christian and among those who do not. This same pattern applies to Mormons. https://t.co/8xDoKFL4jP https://t.co/xpqI5onGyB


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