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Pew Research Center
1 hour ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 4:54pm
RT @pewjournalism: % of U.S. adults who say each have the 𝐦𝐨𝐬𝐭 𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐢𝐛𝐢𝐥𝐢𝐭𝐲 in reducing the amount of made-up news & info: The news media – 53% The public – 20% The government – 12% Tech companies – 9% https://t.co/clTW6JxbVO https://t.co/Ai1dvI0KQF


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Pew Research Center
2 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 3:26pm
The 2020 election cycle is the first in which a majority of U.S. adults say they are paying at least fairly close attention to the election, despite there being an incumbent president seeking reelection. https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/LsE8uOrNJY


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Pew Research Center
5 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 12:29pm
RT @DMediaguy: Americans say the nation’s political debate has grown more toxic and ‘heated’ rhetoric could lead to violence https://t.co/ZPENIbbTB2

Pew Research Center
5 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 12:17pm
RT @pewglobal: The countries with the 10 largest Christian populations and the 10 largest Muslim populations https://t.co/xMcqgIeNeZ https://t.co/1kP3RrbJIC


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Pew Research Center
5 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 12:02pm
Half of the babies born worldwide are expected to be born in Africa by 2100, up from three-in-ten today. https://t.co/geJJAUzrn4 https://t.co/dBvDUMLsOg


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Pew Research Center
8 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 9:58am
How Americans see the future of space exploration, 50 years after the first moon landing https://t.co/WU1Bwbxg3U

Pew Research Center
8 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 9:30am
Americans broadly agree that elected officials should avoid using heated language because it could encourage violence. https://t.co/nzwinO5f1Q

Pew Research Center
11 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 6:07am
Attention to the presidential election at this point in the cycle is at a historic high in Pew Research Center surveys dating back more than three decades. https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/Rcw4FARfS1


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Pew Research Center
14 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 3:26am
Africa is the only world region projected to have strong population growth for the rest of this century, with a projected increase from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion between 2020 and 2100. https://t.co/geJJAUzrn4

Pew Research Center
15 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 2:57am
RT @PewReligion: Our interactive essay uses a decade worth of data on global religious restrictions to take a closer look at the situation in Russia, Bangladesh, Germany, Italy and Thailand. Scroll to the end to explore other countries and territories: https://t.co/JTIfFM4wqX https://t.co/ZDvzZ0zxP1


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Pew Research Center
16 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 1:37am
We conduct polls in many countries other than the United States. But the methodology behind our international surveys can vary from country to country, and what works in one place might not work in another. https://t.co/Orzgh9Nrcw

Pew Research Center
17 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 12:56am
RT @pewglobal: In 2016, relatively few across 14 countries said national identity is strongly tied to birthplace https://t.co/gBrJCjcbpU https://t.co/x5Kmt5OV4W


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Pew Research Center
19 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:34pm
How religious restrictions around the world have changed over a decade https://t.co/tkkWES98oA

Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:57pm
RT @FactTank: The challenges of polling in other countries include government restrictions on survey work, political or social instability, and a lack of qualified partners who can help administer surveys locally. This video explains how we deal with them. https://t.co/oUKbXCzLC0 https://t.co/o4f46yzUxn


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Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:48pm
When Pew Research Center surveyed American Muslim adults in 2017, the findings revealed important similarities between foreign-born and U.S.-born Muslims. https://t.co/5Jev3bxOkr

Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:43pm
RT @pewmethods: Who is multiracial? It depends on how you ask the question—revisit our 2015 study comparing 6 survey methods to capture racial identity. https://t.co/sGTQNRtdvH

Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:42pm
RT @pewjournalism: About two-thirds of American adults (68%) say they get news on social media, but a majority of these consumers (57%) expect the news there to be inaccurate. https://t.co/mQMtffsBLN https://t.co/Z1QNQVm6bu


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Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:42pm
RT @pewmethods: Interested in data about the views, attitudes and trends shaping the U.S. Latino population? Access @pewresearch’s data from the 2018 National Survey of Latinos online: https://t.co/NvXKnzkwoc

Pew Research Center
21 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:11pm
How many people in the U.S. are immigrants? What is the legal status of U.S. immigrants? Where do immigrants come from? Is the immigrant population growing? Where do most U.S. immigrants live? Answers to these questions and more here: https://t.co/IgCBV1U7bc

Pew Research Center
23 hours ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 6:06pm
We have analyzed restrictions on religion around the world for 10 years, finding that global restrictions have risen. What is happening in some of the countries with the biggest changes? https://t.co/y1XPiiKnDG

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 4:57pm
RT @pewjournalism: Republicans are far more likely than Democrats to say fact-checkers tend to favor one side (70% vs. 29%, respectively). https://t.co/Tn3wmpTHti https://t.co/m4gy4WmTqT


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 4:17pm
There are wide differences between Republicans and Democrats in reactions to the things Trump says https://t.co/KGv1NwM91m https://t.co/6mq8FoSpv2


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 3:45pm
Canada resettled more refugees than the United States in 2018, the first time the U.S. did not lead the world on this measure since the adoption of the Refugee Act in 1980. https://t.co/yR7DV7x9va

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 3:36pm
RT @PewHispanic: Between 2008 and 2018, the South region saw the fastest Latino population growth of any U.S. region https://t.co/w87sYhrjOh https://t.co/p9ZStTf6ih


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 3:22pm
Liberal Democratic voters are more likely than conservatives and moderates to say they have a positive impression of the Democratic candidates (70% vs. 60%). https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/OkHaF2N0sa


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 2:52pm
Among U.S. adults with a postgraduate degree, 95% of Democrats feel colleges and universities are very or somewhat open to a wide range of opinions and viewpoints. Just 46% of Republican postgraduates say the same. https://t.co/CNUCwHir8s https://t.co/XzPoygJV1U


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 2:23pm
Muslims and Islam: Key findings in the U.S. and around the world https://t.co/LyneX5hHqk

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 1:27pm
41% of Americans say it is never acceptable to say their opponent is anti-American, and another 31% say this is rarely acceptable. https://t.co/nzwinO5f1Q

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 12:43pm
Share who say colleges & universities are open to a wide range of opinions: All Republicans: 44% Republican college grads: 45% Republican postgrads: 46% All Democrats: 87% Democratic college grads: 90% Democratic postgrads: 95% All U.S. adults: 68% https://t.co/CNUCwHir8s https://t.co/2u1fmcqvib


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 12:22pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Refugee admissions to the US have been in a steep decline - and partisan differences in views about whether the US has a responsibility to accept refugees have widened. https://t.co/0fIGUsMy8V

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:52am
Democrats at all levels of educational attainment are much more likely than Republicans at *any* education level to say colleges are open to a wide range of opinions. https://t.co/CNUCwHir8s https://t.co/TGlJGAX7GJ


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:33am
Republican skepticism about educational institutions’ openness to multiple viewpoints extends beyond colleges and universities. https://t.co/CNUCwHir8s

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:15am
Democrats are nearly twice as likely as Republicans to believe colleges and universities are at least somewhat open to a wide range of views. https://t.co/CNUCwHir8s https://t.co/rcZy3GrCni


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:12am
RT @c_deane: Americans say the nation’s political debate has grown more toxic and ‘heated’ rhetoric could lead to violence https://t.co/pX2jRc4lRe https://t.co/HkNwJFQHul


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:03am
RT @FactTank: Republicans have doubts that colleges, K-12 schools are open to range of viewpoints https://t.co/5eANg0AqFj https://t.co/p8Y0XnlEwU


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:44am
RT @pewglobal: Concerns about emigration widespread in southern European nations, less common in northern Europe https://t.co/nOjRSYWvJp https://t.co/nciox2dA1v


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:37am
RT @asmitch: Its impacting social dynamics as well as news flow and democratic functions https://t.co/vX4NswmesA

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:09am
As in past elections, voters who are college graduates are more likely than voters without a college degree to say they have given a lot of thought to the election. https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/1BxFFBsivk


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 10:06am
RT @FactTank: It's the season of the teen summer job in the U.S. -- but far fewer are working them compared to past years. https://t.co/WVTUHngUOz https://t.co/Ede2nLtER7


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 9:54am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today's News: Gatehouse Media in talks to buy Gannett, Sky News assigns first dedicated climate change correspondent, a look at journalists at the Hong Kong protests & more: https://t.co/DUN0VcCBNO

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 9:54am
RT @CarrollDoherty: In 2017, 68% of Republicans said Islam was not part of 'mainstream American society)'; 37% of Democrats said this. https://t.co/95gqJMViih https://t.co/IPactQv4B5


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 9:19am
RT @allthingscensus: Interested in learning more about some of changes to the 2020 census form? Check out our post about some of the changes regarding same-sex marriages and racial ancestry https://t.co/TvFXfnGvCp #Census2020

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 9:02am
RT @PewReligion: This week, we released our 10th annual report on religious restrictions around the world. Explore the ways eight different types of government restrictions and social hostilities involving religion have changed over a decade: https://t.co/T8unV0mYDt https://t.co/KyHnsoGVdp


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 9:02am
RT @B_radJ_ones: Americans say they are paying closer attention to the presidential campaign at this point than at similar points in any of the last 8 presidential election cycles. https://t.co/vG9OdonOh2 https://t.co/YiM7sD8OPp


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 8:35am
65% of Democratic voters say they have an excellent (23%) or good (42%) impression of the Democratic candidates as a group; 51% said this in September 2015 of the 2016 candidates. https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/XxoK5tBdXj


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 6:01am
RT @pewglobal: Government favoritism of religious groups is highest in the Middle East and rising in other parts of the world https://t.co/MVh6fFOOJH https://t.co/SIktF46SXY


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 4:27am
For the first time in modern history, the world’s population is expected to virtually stop growing by the end of this century, due in large part to falling global fertility rates. https://t.co/geJJAUzrn4

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 2:07am
The 2020 election is attracting more attention and interest than past elections did at similar points in the cycle: about half of voters say they have given a lot of thought to the candidates https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/WWNmj7XZpM


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:34pm
RT @FactTank: While a majority of Americans (58%) said in a 2018 survey that human astronauts are essential to the future of the U.S. space program, less than one-in-five describe sending human astronauts to Mars (18%) or the moon (13%) as top priorities for NASA. https://t.co/fGlvfoQ4EO https://t.co/P4ON540jKn


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 9:19pm
RT @pewinternet: % of non-broadband users who say the following are a reason they do not have broadband in 2019: 💸Monthly cost is too expensive 50% 📱Smartphone does everything 45% 🖥️ Have other options for internet access 43% https://t.co/GGLtzFEHpH https://t.co/w0mKPrBDjv


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 8:11pm
Here are key charts and facts about the U.S. immigrant population, including: 1️⃣ population and age 2️⃣ origin regions 3️⃣ time in U.S. & generations 4️⃣ language use & education 5️⃣ unauthorized immigrant population https://t.co/IWqH86NW3B

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 7:22pm
52% of registered voters say they have given a lot of thought to the presidential candidates – the highest share at this early point in an election cycle since the question was first asked in the run-up to the 2008 election. https://t.co/nVuyzXjjVE https://t.co/pRKusT0pmE


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 6:22pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: It's early (can't say that enough) but 2020 shaping up as a high interest/engagement election among voters in *both* parties. NEW https://t.co/TsSALAvA11 https://t.co/oHV70OTvuc


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 6:04pm
RT @B_radJ_ones: From our discourse study a few weeks ago: 41% of the public says it is never acceptable for politicians to say their opponents are anti-American (1/5) https://t.co/4eIrGooEMn https://t.co/klxgUw02Wi


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 5:05pm
RT @FactTank: 55% of Americans said in a survey conducted this spring that President Trump has changed the tone and nature of political debate for the worse, while 24% say he has changed it for the better. One-in-five Americans say he has had little impact. https://t.co/1xE9ow0XW4 https://t.co/XdyqeOgzY5


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:34pm
Democratic voters with a college degree also offer more positive assessments of the field than those with less education. https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:29pm
There is a gender gap among Democratic voters in views of the quality of the Democratic candidates: women (71%) are more likely than men (55%) to say they have an excellent or good impression of the field https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/lBCzlBkUQD


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:17pm
Large majorities of Americans say the tone and nature of political debate in the United States has become more negative in recent years. https://t.co/nzwinO5f1Q

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:04pm
Americans broadly agree that elected officials should avoid using heated language because it could encourage violence. https://t.co/nzwinO5f1Q

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 3:52pm
RT @FactTank: Americans say the nation’s political debate has grown more toxic and ‘heated’ rhetoric could lead to violence https://t.co/1xE9ovJn4w https://t.co/g7P75lLOwY


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 3:28pm
Democratic voters’ assessments of the party’s 2020 field are more positive than at a similar point in the 2016 election cycle https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/gWWSmc052d


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 3:11pm
A record share of Americans say they have been closely following news about the presidential candidates – more so than in any of the previous eight election cycles https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke https://t.co/OGwgeAZisx


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 3:00pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW: 63% of Americans say they've been following the news about the 2020 presidential candidates very closely or fairly closely, the highest share in more than three decades of @pewresearch surveys. https://t.co/9ckTzubhli https://t.co/6D3Ix4bXPG


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:50pm
Early interest in the presidential cycle among Democrats and Democratic-leaning adults is at a record high. 66% say they have been following news about candidates very or fairly closely https://t.co/ZDDuFdmyh0 https://t.co/BNR2bu2EP4


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:41pm
RT @FactTank: 52% of registered voters say they have given a lot of thought about the presidential candidates – the highest share at this early point in an election cycle since the question was first asked in the run-up to the 2008 election. https://t.co/H3H04He2hN https://t.co/isI3RSRisF


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:15pm
RT @jocelynkiley: NEW: 65% of Democrats and Democratic leaning registered voters have an excellent (23%) or good (42%) impression of the candidates running for the Dem nomination. This is on par with assessments in Sept '07 (64%) & 14 points higher than in Sept '15 (51%) https://t.co/sJuIrWnxQo

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:02pm
NEW: Democrats’ Ratings of Party’s 2020 Field: Better Than in 2016, Similar to 2008 https://t.co/nVuyzXAVke

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 1:56pm
RT @PewReligion: % who say Islam is "fundamentally incompatible" with their country's culture and values: 🇫🇮Finland 62% 🇮🇹Italy 53% 🇩🇪Germany 44% 🇬🇧UK 42% 🇪🇸Spain 37% 🇫🇷France 34% 🇸🇪Sweden 34% https://t.co/n2X14g9Ylt https://t.co/tzmFbTQzDW


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 12:43pm
RT @FactTank: 62% of Americans say the country’s openness to people from around the world is “essential to who we are as a nation.” Democrats overwhelmingly agree. 57% of Republicans say the U.S. risks losing its identity if is too open to people from around the world https://t.co/FpMwjuqoOK

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 11:33am
62% of Americans continue to say the country’s openness to people from around the world is “essential to who we are as a nation.” But the share saying this is lower than it was in September – a result of a shift in opinion among Republicans. https://t.co/AEt6qPcvjd https://t.co/HSiBZyTaOB


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:58am
RT @jocelynkiley: 78% of Americans say elected officials using heated language to talk about certain people or groups makes violence against those people/groups more likely. & 73% say officials should avoid such language because it could lead to violence https://t.co/7hRNIw9Yls https://t.co/rNomPfYTo1


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:58am
RT @pewjournalism: Media Headlines: Employees voice frustration with direction of First Look Media, McClatchy is creating a local news outlet to serve Youngstown, Ohio & more: https://t.co/ENntQ1x67N

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 9:14am
RT @pewjournalism: 50% of Americans say made-up news is a very big problem. Follow along in the video below to discover more findings about Americans' views towards made-up news. https://t.co/fX8cBk0gIT https://t.co/nUhlH9TMI7


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 9:09am
RT @pewinternet: About one-in-five adult Twitter users in the U.S. follow Trump https://t.co/zB2QN4SQYn https://t.co/glivJftaxf


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 9:00am
RT @pewglobal: Share saying climate change is major threat to their country: 🇬🇷 Greece: 90% 🇰🇷 S. Korea: 86 🇫🇷 France: 83 🇯🇵 Japan: 75 🇦🇷 Argentina: 73 🇩🇪 Germany: 71 🇬🇧 UK: 66 🇦🇺 Australia: 60 🇺🇸 US: 59 🇷🇺 Russia: 43 🇳🇬 Nigeria: 41 🇮🇱 Israel: 38 https://t.co/UXXOe8eVTQ https://t.co/z1m9mchnyb


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 8:35am
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to view a range of behaviors as out of bounds in political debate. And some of the largest gaps are over whether it is acceptable for elected officials to question the patriotism of their political opponents. https://t.co/PrN3QE1PdG https://t.co/BlUAskIhvo


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 7:09am
RT @pewjournalism: Half of U.S. adults say they have avoided talking to someone because they thought that person might bring made-up news into the conversation https://t.co/vKg50Ws7gf https://t.co/aIS4rq8gTy


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:27am
RT @pewglobal: Immigrants and children of immigrants account for at least 13% of all voting members of the 116th Congress. These lawmakers claim heritage in 37 countries – mostly in Europe, Latin America and Asia – and are overwhelmingly Democrats. https://t.co/2PIGWi6Nn3 https://t.co/wjwgBEhCEZ


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:07am
How would you do? Take the quiz: https://t.co/wbXO9Xl9zR https://t.co/LBZFDNhGy5

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 12:03am
Our new interactive data essay walks through how we measure religious restrictions around the world and explains what’s been happening in some of the countries with substantial changes. https://t.co/y1XPiiKnDG

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:48pm
Republicans and Democrats offer similar evaluations of the current state of political debate in the U.S.. For instance, 86% in both parties say the tone of political debate has become more negative in recent years. https://t.co/Vs9jGpe1tq https://t.co/7BDVivfRJc


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:34pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW: There's been a 13-point increase since September 2018 in the share of Republicans who say "we risk losing our identity as a nation" if America is too open to people from all over the world. https://t.co/wMPVbTos5c https://t.co/ye03yJuCyS


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 9:22pm
RT @FactTank: Republicans and Democrats say it's very important for elected officials in the opposing party to treat officials from their own party with respect. They're less demanding when it comes to members of their party treating the other side with respect. https://t.co/5stxpcxPEx

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 9:22pm
RT @allthingscensus: Are you interested in learning more about how the decennial census has asked about race over time? Check out our interactive here: https://t.co/tdtJ1nQtaL

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 9:03pm
Share of Americans who say: "America's openness to people from all over the world is essential to who we are as a nation.” 𝟔𝟐% "If America is too open to people from all over the world, we risk losing our identity as a nation." 𝟑𝟑% https://t.co/AEt6qPcvjd

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 8:11pm
RT @RichardWike: At @pewglobal we're hiring a Research Associate - great opportunity to study international public opinion! https://t.co/88odxUgl92

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:07pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Some key data points when thinking about the 'Trump base' from our study of 2016 validated voters. A majority - 63% - of Trump voters were whites without a college degree vs. just 26% of Clinton voters. And 35% lived in rural areas (vs. 19% of HRC voters). https://t.co/06gAtQLlco https://t.co/mjFcDDDu5d


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:06pm
RT @jocelynkiley: NEW: 37% of Republicans now say "openness to people from all over the world is essential to who we are as a nation" -- a drop of 10 percentage points from last Sept Democrats continue to overwhelmingly see openness as essential to America's national identity (86%). https://t.co/FoF52QLpMo

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 5:47pm
Women are more likely than men to say America’s openness to foreigners is essential to who we are as a nation (70% vs. 55%). In addition, there are sizable age differences, with adults under 30 more likely than older people to express this view. https://t.co/AEt6qPcvjd https://t.co/kLwOujsBRF


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 5:06pm
Since September, the share of Republicans who say America risks losing its identity if it is too open to people from around the world has increased 13 points, while the share who view the nation’s openness to others as essential has declined 10 points. https://t.co/AEt6qPcvjd https://t.co/ZXoHB05LrS


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 4:17pm
When Republicans take stock of the national climate for political discourse, they see a much more hospitable environment for Democrats than for members of their own party. https://t.co/AV0ZA4tQXk

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 3:56pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW A majority of Republicans - 57% - now say that if America 'is too open to people from all over the world we risk losing our identity as a nation.' In Sept., 44% said this - a big change in attitudes in less than a year. https://t.co/JBEUA8TGIe

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 3:36pm
RT @FactTank: Growing share of Republicans say U.S. risks losing its identity if it is too open to foreigners https://t.co/FpMwjuqoOK https://t.co/PfxlZd40nz


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 3:02pm
RT @PewReligion: Our 2017 survey of U.S. Muslims found that most (58%) were born outside the United States. A large majority (92%) say they are proud to be American: https://t.co/50iNmd6SxN https://t.co/AkNTv2IN0B


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 2:22pm
A majority of Americans say that Donald Trump has had a negative impact on the tone of political debate in the United States. https://t.co/KGv1NwM91m https://t.co/x7CszIoyIN


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 1:23pm
RT @pewmethods: Looking for trend data on the public's trust in government? @pewresearch has downloadable data from 1958-2019: https://t.co/CzrCj5sz4C

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 12:43pm
Among Republicans and Republican leaners, 65% say people generally do not agree over the definition of racist language. https://t.co/eGvge0UY1J https://t.co/HddreQAMGX


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 11:49am
RT @johngramlich: Seven-in-ten Americans say drug addiction is a "very big problem" in the country today, topping the list of issues asked about in a @pewresearch survey earlier this year. https://t.co/BTyJg1dhIa https://t.co/nlYuUMw5Yl


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:37am
The U.S. has more immigrants than any other country in the world. Today, more than 40 million people living in the U.S. were born in another country, accounting for about one-fifth of the world’s migrants in 2017. https://t.co/IgCBV1U7bc

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:12am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Throughout the 2016 campaign, Trump supporters had a very negative view of life in the US 'for people like them' (much more negative than Clinton supporters) and were pessimistic about the future. https://t.co/t0bNGQwlEL https://t.co/p6vkirhsWD


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