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7 hours ago:   Wednesday Jan 19 - 12:35am
Key facts about U.S. immigration policies and Biden’s proposed changes https://t.co/zWOgzntsjz https://t.co/zmQAzoInxs


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8 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 11:35pm
Nationally, 49% of U.S. adults say the availability of affordable housing is a major problem in their local community, up from 39% in 2018: https://t.co/GqsFE4CuUQ https://t.co/Swq3YMfDjt

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9 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 10:34pm
49% of Americans say the availability of affordable housing in their local community is a major problem, up 10 points from early 2018. Another 36% of U.S. adults said in the fall that this is a minor problem, while just 14% said it is not a problem. https://t.co/R5wmpWac35 https://t.co/DB5zQC5rtx


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13 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 7:13pm
The pandemic is associated with an increase in some gender disparities in the labor market, a new analysis finds. For example, among adults 25 and older who have no education beyond high school, more women have left the labor force than men. https://t.co/dC16Ior9nK https://t.co/VbMx9uyLuI


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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:17pm
Prospective homebuyers and renters across the United States have seen prices surge and supply plummet during the pandemic. Amid these circumstances, 49% of Americans say the availability of affordable housing in their local community is a major problem. https://t.co/R5wmpWac35 https://t.co/88ZUmBFfiA


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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 3:59pm
RT @jensmanuel: This includes a majority of Black (57%), Hispanic and Asian American adults (both 55%) who say the availability of affordable housing in their area is a major problem. https://t.co/eTFmbEFdpe

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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 3:28pm
RT @katschaeffer: 49% of Americans say the availability of affordable housing in their area is a major problem, up 10 percentage points from early 2018, @pewresearch surveys show. City residents, younger people, and those with lower incomes most often express this concern https://t.co/C08CCoMyMf https://t.co/wCB33bzXzz


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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 3:00pm
NEW: A growing share of Americans say affordable housing is a major problem where they live https://t.co/R5wmpWac35 https://t.co/r7luAqraTo


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 2:03pm
% of U.S. adults who said they owned a smartphone in 2021: • Ages 18-29: 96% • 30-49: 95% • 50-64: 83% • 65+: 61% https://t.co/sCS4aKHy1U https://t.co/fv3zYp2UPe


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 10:42am
RT @imsonoshah: Paid summer research internships for undergrads! https://t.co/VeICglRV60

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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 9:35am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - One America News Network dropped by DirecTV - BBC’s main source of funding to be frozen for two years - A look at why Jodie Ginsberg is joining the Committee to Protect Journalists & more: https://t.co/3txMjonDTw

Pew Research Center
22 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 9:35am
Some gender disparities widened in the U.S. workforce during the pandemic https://t.co/9WIaRtdwLQ https://t.co/x5BUF70VD1


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 6:01am
America’s public school teachers are far less racially and ethnically diverse than their students https://t.co/RWN1DVeFLi https://t.co/pOILE2fzPm


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 12:35am
From 2020: Are you in the American middle class? Find out with our income calculator https://t.co/QE4dkDOg1r https://t.co/HW0t5nA4t4


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:34pm
The pandemic is associated with an increase in some gender disparities in the labor market, a new analysis finds. For example, among adults 25 and older who have no education beyond high school, more women have left the labor force than men. https://t.co/ZQXaocEKzC https://t.co/9Zd6K6O0a8


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 7:13pm
From October 2021: States have mandated vaccinations since long before COVID-19 https://t.co/4k5MsopWzI https://t.co/zuF3TbugdP


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 4:17pm
The Political Typology: In polarized era, deep divisions persist within coalitions of both Democrats and Republicans https://t.co/qIwpjUpCPM https://t.co/CI2iLnJr27


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 2:31pm
Black Americans have made gains in U.S. political leadership, but gaps remain https://t.co/24b1kqwCB5 #MLKDay

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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 2:03pm
From November 2021: Inflation has risen around the world, but the U.S. has seen one of the biggest increases https://t.co/MCtwYkn4R0 https://t.co/53oY9ocAXy


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 12:43pm
Many U.S. workers are seeing bigger paychecks in pandemic era, but gains aren’t spread evenly https://t.co/W3a4Aq5Dpf https://t.co/grIwFESj51


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 11:51am
RT @CarrollDoherty: In July, 53% of the public - 78% of Democrats and 25% of Republicans - said increased public attention to the history of slavery and racism in the US was good for society. https://t.co/pjJQWXmCV7

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 9:35am
The gender pay gap has not widened during the pandemic. Among full- and part-time workers ages 25 and older, women earn 86% of what men earn based on median hourly earnings in the third quarter of 2021. Two years ago, the estimated gender pay gap was 85%. https://t.co/CqkcQ0EcC4 https://t.co/eLBlRKm2Dw


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 6:01am
Are you a Faith and Flag Conservative? Progressive Left? Or somewhere in between? Take our political typology quiz to find out: https://t.co/xLdQsiipYY

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 12:35am
Report from @PewReligion: About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated https://t.co/vZvCIfdcZg https://t.co/zL6sampjKj


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 10:13pm
In the number of hours employees work per week, on average, there have been small changes associated with the pandemic and they have occurred among men. https://t.co/CqkcQ0EcC4 https://t.co/DGefyppA4l


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 8:58pm
Three-in-ten Americans now read e-books https://t.co/n4HPmP2MEa https://t.co/pgCuhgSWEV


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 5:09pm
Republicans view Reagan, Trump as best recent presidents https://t.co/b3Idem9W9I https://t.co/ZvHu7Y17dz


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 2:00pm
In a September 2020 survey, the 70% of social media users who reported rarely or never posting about political or social issues were more likely to be self-described liberal or moderate Republicans and self-described conservative or moderate Democrats. https://t.co/X86Do4z70U https://t.co/FkPx6Yyfhu


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 12:19pm
RT @johngramlich: The pandemic has caused many disruptions in the US labor force, but the gender pay gap is essentially unchanged. Among employed people ages 25 and up, women continue to earn around 80% of what similarly educated men earn. https://t.co/Yf4xV1mhci https://t.co/9U9oMYGDG1


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 12:02pm
The pandemic disproportionately affected women with a high school diploma. The ranks of women in the high-school-educated labor force have declined 6.0% since the third quarter of 2019. The labor force of similarly educated men has fallen only 1.8%. https://t.co/CqkcQ0EcC4 https://t.co/EkgFYjNmbM


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 10:47am
RT @c_deane: True for your family too? @pewresearch 'There are still notable differences in tech use between U.S. adults < 30 and those 65+. But on several fronts, adoption of key tech by those in the oldest age group has grown markedly since about a decade ago....' https://t.co/Iiw82uxqXz https://t.co/JIdy71Uuht


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 10:10am
From April 2021: Share of Republicans saying ‘everything possible’ should be done to make voting easy declines sharply https://t.co/PaLqvnRGeX https://t.co/N3OYFGOqaO


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Jan 16 - 8:08am
Some 48% of Americans ages 18 to 29 said in 2021 they were online “almost constantly,” compared with 22% of those 50 to 64 and 8% of those 65 and older. https://t.co/Yd4EUAhju3 https://t.co/TZCqri2PwN


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3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 10:13pm
Essay from @pewglobal: Global Public Opinion in an Era of Democratic Anxiety https://t.co/0DRMlI4Tb5 https://t.co/iDVhMaqXP2


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 8:50pm
Joe Biden has asked Congress to allow Temporary Protected Status recipients who meet certain conditions to apply for green cards. It is estimated that more than 600,000 immigrants have or are eligible to have a reprieve from deportation under TPS. https://t.co/r64VUvxyT9 https://t.co/MwbYUa76K0


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 5:09pm
96% of Americans ages 18 to 29 own a smartphone compared with 61% of those 65 and older, a 35 percentage point difference. However, that gap has decreased from 53 points in 2012. https://t.co/HnYG1KLcFD https://t.co/yDItAzuM47


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 2:00pm
From the third quarter of 2019 to the same quarter of 2021, the number of women in the labor force who are not high school graduates decreased 12.8%, dwarfing the 4.9% contraction among comparably educated men. https://t.co/CqkcQ0EcC4 https://t.co/5mVLSiSTwT


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 12:02pm
Quiz: How much do you know about public opinion polling? Test your knowledge https://t.co/593pt7gJOW https://t.co/SGXsV6aHVf


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3 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 10:10am
Key facts about U.S. immigration policies and Biden’s proposed changes https://t.co/uA8agdXCkH https://t.co/GYd6LRQtfK


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4 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 8:08am
Share of those 65 and older who are tech users has grown in the past decade https://t.co/41z7gHdXqt https://t.co/zbvnd0qFL6


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 10:34pm
The pandemic is associated with an increase in some gender disparities in the labor market, but other disparities have stayed the same or even narrowed: The gender pay gap has remained steady, for example. https://t.co/NbIZLjXUqp https://t.co/NNdor0eKKI


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 7:13pm
% of U.S. adults who said they owned a smartphone in 2021: • Ages 18-29: 96% • 30-49: 95% • 50-64: 83% • 65+: 61% https://t.co/aZ8hM2abxl https://t.co/wR2ispTMiw


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:16pm
RT @kianacoxphd: Colleagues, the @pewresearch summer internship program is returning. Please share with your undergrads. https://t.co/nDsAynVbsV

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 4:17pm
The number of women ages 25 and older in the labor force has fallen 1.3% since the third quarter of 2019, similar to the 1.1% decline of men, but this modest overall change obscures divergent outcomes for workers with different levels of education. https://t.co/NbIZLjXUqp https://t.co/wvMI7HBTXU


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 3:52pm
RT @conradhackett: Please spread the word: Undergraduate summer internships are back at @pewresearch! For students with at least 2 years of college & data analysis experience: https://t.co/zjSnPhFmGp Working in our DC office preferred. Remote work may be possible. https://t.co/zXP7mM59Lh


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 2:49pm
RT @griverorz: 📢 We have a number of summer intern positions open at @pewresearch for undergrads interested in our research topics and experience working with data. If you want to work with Labs, just list us in your application! https://t.co/5Ah2gyyWwB

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 2:03pm
The pandemic is associated with an increase in some gender disparities in the labor market, a new analysis finds. For example, among adults 25 and older who have no education beyond high school, more women have left the labor force than men. https://t.co/NbIZLjXUqp https://t.co/FviwaoOtK0


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 1:01pm
NEW: Some gender disparities widened in the U.S. workforce during the pandemic https://t.co/LLkMrLhcbk https://t.co/Cuk14TCJSc


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 12:59pm
RT @bmoham: For all the data junkies out there - the raw data we used for last year's Faith Among Black Americans report is available for download https://t.co/fvdlgZCpoC

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 12:43pm
Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter, which arrives on Saturdays and rounds up our latest research on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world: https://t.co/PX65n5alYO https://t.co/GVCrPzlvif


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 10:16am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - The R.N.C. signals a withdrawal from presidential debates - Social media giants are subpoenaed - Paul Tash is leaving the Tampa Bay Times & more: https://t.co/rjp7buCH0a

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 9:35am
Some 48% of Americans ages 18 to 29 said in 2021 they were online “almost constantly,” compared with 22% of those 50 to 64 and 8% of those 65 and older. https://t.co/dQA2lfaQsM https://t.co/wj6imKmX1M


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:01am
From April 2021: Share of Republicans saying ‘everything possible’ should be done to make voting easy declines sharply https://t.co/no4ELOb67d https://t.co/SYuVByHrBX


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 12:35am
The U.S. admitted only 11,411 refugees in fiscal year 2021. The low number of admissions came even after the Biden administration raised the maximum number of refugees the nation could admit to 62,500 in fiscal 2021. https://t.co/5Tuo94VGrO https://t.co/gDuheox3gj


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:34pm
Many U.S. workers are seeing bigger paychecks in pandemic era, but gains aren’t spread evenly https://t.co/M8pmC86TQA https://t.co/JkMPcPX5ji


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 7:13pm
Americans at the ends of the ideological spectrum are the most active in national politics https://t.co/5wpFIuacUP https://t.co/KEsVTlqz66


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:40pm
RT @lrainie: The share of those 65 and older who use #socialmedia grew about fourfold since 2010, while the proportion of users among the youngest adults remained relatively constant in that time frame. NEW @pewresearch release https://t.co/p5wc6BsOKW https://t.co/H6wtHrFvSf


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:17pm
Presence on social media among Americans 65 and older grew about fourfold since 2010, while use by the youngest adults remained relatively constant in that time frame. https://t.co/7mCiqnntXk https://t.co/JuwToBIf4O


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:10pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: From one year ago - "Ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration as the nation’s 46th president, 58% of U.S. adults say they approve of the job he has done so far in explaining his policies and plans for the future to the American people." https://t.co/Sj4QG0DrUO

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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 2:03pm
Key facts about U.S. immigration policies and Biden’s proposed changes https://t.co/fTVQ0hLaxf https://t.co/lKpbCy5IhM


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 1:08pm
RT @MichaelDimock: It's hard to capture Jana Bennett's contributions to the @pewresearch Board of Directors. Her passion, drive, creativity, and relentless energy to push the boundaries of what's possible was invaluable. Jana’s intellect and kindness will be deeply missed. https://t.co/bZuUtNtTMQ

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:43pm
96% of Americans ages 18 to 29 own a smartphone compared with 61% of those 65 and older, a 35 percentage point difference. However, that gap has decreased from 53 points in 2012. https://t.co/A2MaT6lIFJ https://t.co/F1Ddrvzw9r


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:32pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Among Reps/Rep leaners, % saying each has done best job as president over the past 40 years: Ronald Reagan - 42% Donald Trump - 37% George W. Bush - 6% Barack Obama - 6% Bill Clinton - 5% George H.W. Bush - 3% https://t.co/NngqECcOG3

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:02pm
NEW: Share of those 65 and older who are tech users has grown in the past decade https://t.co/QoVBeJvKJB https://t.co/MhPVP0H1eF


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:36am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Chief executive of Texas Tribune to step down - CDC criticizes ABC News for omitting context in edited video of Walensky interview - The Washington Post reprimands a Post business editor for comments on Twitter & more: https://t.co/TLgI3KdkiH

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:10am
RT @johngramlich: Which voting proposals do Democrats and Republicans in the US actually agree on? In an April 2021 @pewresearch survey, there was majority support in both parties for several ideas, including making Election Day a national holiday. https://t.co/hFghHiQ8RR https://t.co/xhXiW7S4y6


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 9:35am
Joe Biden has asked Congress to allow Temporary Protected Status recipients who meet certain conditions to apply for green cards. It is estimated that more than 600,000 immigrants have or are eligible to have a reprieve from deportation under TPS. https://t.co/Gi2RK22Mcz https://t.co/fUSQYK8Y1K


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6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 6:01am
U.S. public school students often go to schools where at least half of their peers are the same race or ethnicity as they are https://t.co/t5IXoIfIF5 https://t.co/zBE9Pk9h0N


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6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:35am
Essay from @pewglobal: Global Public Opinion in an Era of Democratic Anxiety https://t.co/hWTJqerkhJ https://t.co/r2xmP7Uh7W


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:34pm
Report from @pewinternet: The State of Gig Work in 2021 https://t.co/ZmPGWNcbOm https://t.co/oXwWVChUK0


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 7:13pm
16% of Americans say they have ever invested in, traded or used cryptocurrency https://t.co/i8XA4DoDgi https://t.co/Zz1WVDyhiw


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 4:17pm
America’s public school teachers are far less racially and ethnically diverse than their students https://t.co/KQXcMnh1cY https://t.co/N5hRDyPnMO


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 2:03pm
About 85% of adults in the two groups at the ends of our 2021 political typology spectrum voted in 2020. Moving from either end of the typology toward more ideologically mixed groups shows a gradual decrease in turnout. https://t.co/H9ssGAlZDm https://t.co/aaF17rfwcw


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 12:43pm
From November 2021: Inflation has risen around the world, but the U.S. has seen one of the biggest increases https://t.co/XUdv6yrNEP https://t.co/Xyjz5v7WIN


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 11:01am
RT @MichaelDimock: Since its founding, @pewresearch has documented the changing dynamics of the U.S. media landscape. In this episode of our Trust in America video series, @katmatsa and @lrainie discuss declining trust in the news media and how Americans evaluate news stories. https://t.co/oNDv67CxwL


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:30am
RT @tedvangreen: From @pewresearch in April 2021, Among U.S. adults, sizable majorities favor several policies aimed at making it easier for citizens to register and vote, as well as a requirement that voters be required to show a government issued photo ID before voting https://t.co/VgoOnXU1kj https://t.co/TqrCN7JmVB


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:03am
This video is part of our new Trust in America series, where our experts discuss trust in various U.S. institutions. Watch all five episodes here: 4/ https://t.co/PBt5vk71pB

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:03am
Here, our researchers discuss how the declining public trust in the news media and polarization of news audiences have affected civic life. 3/

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:03am
The news media industry has gone through changes in the past 10 to 20 years that have impacted the way news is produced and consumed. Our work also shows that people are less trustful of major institutions, including the news media, than they used to be. 2/

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:02am
Do Americans trust the news media? In this episode of our new Trust in America video series, our researchers @katmatsa and @lrainie discuss trust in the news media and how Americans evaluate news sources. 1/ https://t.co/k9GCVE70oK


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 9:35am
Print books remain the most popular format for reading, with 65% of adults saying that they have read a print book in the past year. https://t.co/hC7cO8qlYu https://t.co/N7TUxQI82k


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 6:01am
The ongoing pandemic and Trump-era policies have contributed to low refugee admissions in recent years. The U.S. admitted only about 11,000 refugees in FY2021, down from nearly 54,000 in FY2017 and the nearly 85,000 refugees admitted in FY2016. https://t.co/Gi2RK22Mcz https://t.co/KEPa5VLOsv


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 12:35am
Report from @pewglobal: What People Around the World Like – and Dislike – About American Society and Politics https://t.co/LSi8gn9PqV https://t.co/S0XXZ0YZmS


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:34pm
The U.S. admitted only 11,411 refugees in fiscal year 2021. The low number of admissions came even after the Biden administration raised the maximum number of refugees the nation could admit to 62,500 in fiscal 2021. https://t.co/Gi2RK22Mcz https://t.co/RUOnLWv7P8


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:13pm
Report from @PewReligion: About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated https://t.co/eiDqblLSd0 https://t.co/0yKreJqNku


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 5:19pm
RT @HSHartig: in a survey conducted in March 2021, we found that Republicans and Democrats were far apart in their views of voting access and election security https://t.co/iJKQyGrHdw https://t.co/sywYJdX6PQ


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 4:17pm
Asked how many books they have read completely or part way through, 75% of U.S. adults say they have read a book in the past 12 months in any format, a figure that has remained largely unchanged since 2011. https://t.co/fcWCDuJPyx https://t.co/83Pon3W3gt


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 2:28pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: From 2018 study of democracy and the political system - "Fewer than half (41%) are aware that 60 votes are needed to end a filibuster in the U.S. Senate, the lowest level of public knowledge on any of the seven questions included in the survey" https://t.co/EJ5X9FQ4ac

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 2:03pm
The number of people who received a green card in the U.S. fell from about 240,000 in the second quarter of FY2020 to about 79,000 in the third quarter. By comparison, in the third quarter of FY2019, nearly 266,000 people received a green card. https://t.co/ONzt6gCu2O https://t.co/YTi1scAPE9


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 12:43pm
Since Joe Biden took office in 2021, his administration has acted on a number of fronts to reverse Trump-era restrictions on immigration to the U.S. Here are details about existing U.S. immigration programs, as well as Biden’s proposed changes to them. https://t.co/Gi2RK22Mcz https://t.co/2qALmvb4Ao


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 12:00pm
NEW: Key facts about U.S. immigration policies and Biden’s proposed changes https://t.co/Gi2RK22Mcz https://t.co/rjjPqXRo0b


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 12:00pm
RT @MichaelDimock: In the 4th episode of our Trust in America video series, @jocelynkiley and @kim_c_parker draw on @pewresearch surveys to explain trust in police and views of police reforms, giving greater context to the dramatic events of the last two years. https://t.co/lw9hY1JsZl


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 11:56am
RT @imsonoshah: Americans at the ends of the ideological spectrum are the most active in national politics https://t.co/5BprWNLZUd

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 11:56am
RT @johngramlich: 🔵 78% of Democrats say voting is "a fundamental right for every US citizen and should not be restricted" 🔴 67% of Republicans say voting is "a privilege that comes with responsibilities and can be limited" Numbers from July 2021 @pewresearch survey: https://t.co/V5sIh5RpXE https://t.co/ULrdNJSw78


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:31am
@angusproud Hi there, this issue should be resolved if you’d like to take the quiz again. Thank you for letting us know!

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:31am
@ChrisChambers64 Hi there, this issue should be resolved if you’d like to take the quiz again. Thank you for letting us know!

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:01am
This video is part of our new Trust in America series, where our experts discuss trust in various U.S. institutions. Watch all five episodes here: 5/ https://t.co/PBt5vk71pB

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:01am
Here, our researchers discuss the differences in how Americans view police and their experiences with policing, as well as the support among many Americans for several proposals for police reform. 4/

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:01am
While most Americans have at least some confidence in police to act in the best interests of the public, views of and experiences with policing vary substantially across political and demographic lines. 3/

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:01am
The relationship between the public and police, while not a new issue, was brought into sharp focus over the course of 2020 and 2021 following the killings of several Black Americans by police and the worldwide protests that followed. 2/