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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:54pm
RT @pewinternet: 36% of current or recent online dating users say that in the past year they have felt overwhelmed by the number of messages they receive at least sometimes, and this is far more common among women than men (54% vs. 25%). https://t.co/ppW06pw8lv https://t.co/ZRzhz3fakk


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 7:36pm
RT @pewmethods: Browse the publicly available datasets from @pewresearch's nationally representative American Trends Panel: https://t.co/n91aKuvT8D

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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 1:58pm
In a survey conducted Jan 18-24 -- before the release of the video showing the police beating of Tyre Nichols -- 56% of Americans said police across the country are doing a poor or only fair job holding officers accountable for misconduct https://t.co/9e5szHBwMF https://t.co/DHcBMIIJ8w


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:57am
RT @CarrollDoherty: April 2020: unemployment at 14.7% (highest dating to 1948 in BLS data). % rating economy excellent or good - 23% Jan 2023: unemployment at 3.4% (lowest since 1969). % rating economy excellent or good - 21% https://t.co/3uS7ovmVdz https://t.co/6pWqEX5WZp


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:57am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Misinformation project at Harvard to end in 2024 - Dave Portnoy drops appeal over his lawsuit against Insider - Roy Wood Jr. to host 2023 White House Correspondents’ dinner & more: https://t.co/XCntyYrZJr

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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:35am
RT @lrainie: Chart of the day: All you need to know in one graphic about the demographics of those who've used dating apps/sites. Tinder leads the pack -- 79% of younger adult online daters have used it NEW report from @pewresearch https://t.co/PRSJnAHjuv https://t.co/rkRLaIxMdS


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 9:34am
RT @pewinternet: When it comes to four potential reasons why people might be on online dating platforms, 44% of current or recent users say a major reason they are there is to find a long-term partner and a similar share (40%) say this about dating casually. https://t.co/3CVSaOcLDN https://t.co/L9NseIkZC0


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 6:01am
55% of current or recent online dating users say they have at least sometimes felt insecure because of the lack of messages they received in the past year, with this feeling far more common among men than women (64% vs. 40%). https://t.co/IkJAwFMoE2 https://t.co/geZ3NFKSb3


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 10:34pm
RT @johngramlich: 99% of US senators and 94% of US House members have a bachelor's degree, compared with 38% of all Americans ages 25+. 78% of senators and 64% of House members have a graduate degree, compared with 14% of Americans ages 25+. https://t.co/2wIU60WmLs https://t.co/kQafKqXBR2


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 8:08pm
RT @ColleenAMcClain: NEW: Are you looking for love online, swiping the field, or just curious about Americans’ views and experiences online dating? Our new release @pewinternet dives into the world of dating digitally. Read the full report: https://t.co/rdWBvaF21W

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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 7:13pm
RT @lrainie: Here's what happens with harassing behaviors on dating apps/sites - per new @pewresearch report. Women under age 50 get the most of it. https://t.co/PRSJnAHjuv https://t.co/NwXCMzm92i


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 6:28pm
RT @johngramlich: Interesting differences by party and age in Americans' views of socialism and capitalism. As of August 2022, Democrats under 30 were two times more likely to have a positive impression of socialism than capitalism (58% vs. 29%). https://t.co/942ZgzOuyP https://t.co/IA4SwenfQ1


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 6:11pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Last Sept. 36% of US adults said they had a positive view of 'socialism,' while 57% viewed 'capitalism' positively. The shares viewing each term positively had declined modestly since 2019. https://t.co/o7dH5E0MoP

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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 4:17pm
35% of Americans who have ever used a dating site or app have paid to use one at some point, including those who have paid for extra features on a platform they were already using. https://t.co/gay5xznkIu https://t.co/eM5WHoKK57


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 3:55pm
RT @lrainie: Everything you need to know about the state of online dating in the NEW @pewresearch report. 12 key indicators https://t.co/SlUMtJBMSe https://t.co/QALdVkZDby


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 3:30pm
Majorities of current or recent online dating users say they have been disappointed (88%) and excited (79%) at least sometimes by the people they have seen on dating platforms over the past year. This is true regardless of gender. https://t.co/QrB028TJuT https://t.co/M83RFFkjrU


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 3:00pm
56% of women under 50 who are online dating users have ever been sent a sexually explicit message or image they didn’t ask for on a dating platform. This is greater than the shares of users who are older women or men of any age that say the same. https://t.co/geAAp1GA33 https://t.co/mBqZVKkjc9


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 2:30pm
48% of online dating users report ever experiencing at least one of the following: receiving unsolicited sexual messages or images, being contacted after saying they weren’t interested, being called an offensive name or being threatened with physical harm. https://t.co/CM6J7272bU https://t.co/RSQ1FcunFm


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 2:03pm
53% of online dating users say their experiences have been at least somewhat positive, including 14% who say they have been very positive. 46% say their experiences have been very or somewhat negative overall. https://t.co/na2nWnnj2X https://t.co/Y5sDTK2b0G


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 1:30pm
10% of U.S. adults who are partnered (married, living with a partner, or in a committed romantic relationship) say they met their partner on a dating site or app. https://t.co/Ms40qBZMT8 https://t.co/wYvwxXNaRk


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 1:00pm
53% of U.S. adults under 30 have ever used a dating site or app – including 25% who have used one in the past year. https://t.co/LYwqmO2W9J https://t.co/C3rMzGK8hX


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:58pm
RT @MonicaRAnders: .@Pewresearch asked Americans about their experiences with certain dating sites and apps, here's the % of online daters in theU.S. who say they've used the following... Tinder: 46% Match: 31 Bumble: 28 OkCupid: 21 eharmony: 19 Hinge: 19 Grindr: 6 HER: 3 https://t.co/lH26YLBw4M https://t.co/gkor25LzTl


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:43pm
While Grindr and HER are used by small shares of U.S. online dating users overall, they are far more popular among lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) online dating users. Some 34% of LGB users say they have ever tried Grindr and 10% say this about HER. https://t.co/9ayE8MtArz https://t.co/iyT6WjiQog


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:30pm
About three-in-ten U.S. online dating users – roughly one-in-ten adults overall – report ever using Match or Bumble. OkCupid, eharmony and Hinge have each been used by roughly one-in-five online dating users (6% each among all U.S. adults). https://t.co/33hbGBojPV https://t.co/f6EJ9sGTO3


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:15pm
Tinder is the most widely used dating site or app among the list of eight measured in our survey, with 46% of Americans who have ever used a dating site or app saying they have used it – this represents 14% of all U.S. adults. https://t.co/pFzRRCQJXm https://t.co/knyI3tYDTG


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:02pm
NEW: Americans are turning to the internet to help them find companionship, commitment or casual encounters. According to our survey conducted in July of 2022, 30% of U.S. adults say they have ever used a dating site or app. https://t.co/O4TX63WJjz

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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 10:42am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - BDG Media shuts down Gawker and announces layoffs - WGA East and HuffPost reach a contract agreement - Key facts about the social media site Gettr & more: https://t.co/3JWGQIb2bN

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 3:04pm
RT @pewjournalism: NEW: Key facts about the social media platform Gettr https://t.co/t2WgEFGmsk

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 10:31am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - LA public radio station KPCC adopting LAist branding - DeSantis demands a probe into why DirecTV dropped Newsmax - A look at how New York Focus aims to hold Albany accountable & more: https://t.co/dv0xDJHloz

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 7:25am
For Black History Month, a look at what Black Americans say is needed to overcome racial inequality #BlackHistoryMonth https://t.co/MuoBrNwcio

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 6:01am
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW % of each saying US is providing too much support to Ukraine: Republicans March 2022 9% May 2022 17% Sept 2022 32% Jan 2023 40% Democrats March 5% May 8% Sept 11% Jan 15% https://t.co/9ef59zltiV

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 10:34pm
RT @RichardWike: New survey shows that the partisan gap on aid to Ukraine has steadily grown, as more Republicans say US is giving too much support https://t.co/ioLy7eHvDy https://t.co/yGz1A29o10


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:13pm
RT @johngramlich: In March 2022, shortly after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Republicans and Democrats were about equally likely to see the war as a major threat to American interests. That is no longer the case. https://t.co/84Gaa7PTZd https://t.co/A6efARB78n


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:45pm
The share of Americans who see the conflict in Ukraine as a major threat to U.S. interests has declined in both parties since March 2022. Today, Republicans are far less likely than Democrats to say this. https://t.co/k2Z3lL55R1 https://t.co/D4S0B8LbHr


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:30pm
Democrats and Republicans differ over whether Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses a major threat to U.S. interests or not. https://t.co/e9TraobuJk https://t.co/WOTLu2TFFu


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:17pm
40% of U.S. adults expect economic conditions to worsen over the next year, while 23% say they will improve. 36% say conditions will be about the same as they are today. https://t.co/FRYxKawwjM https://t.co/6gnzFsG4Hc


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 4:00pm
The share of Americans who say the U.S. is providing too much support to Ukraine has grown. This shift in opinion is mostly attributable to the growing share of Republicans who hold this view. https://t.co/fJFTzTZSCu https://t.co/77xJWB02tB


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 3:55pm
NEW: As Russian invasion nears one-year mark, partisans grow further apart on U.S. support for Ukraine https://t.co/NjRfMIqSow

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 2:49pm
RT @johngramlich: They may be celebrities inside the Beltway, but many Americans have never heard of these four congressional leaders: Hakeem Jeffries: 51% Kevin McCarthy: 27% Chuck Schumer: 26% Mitch McConnell: 18% https://t.co/4UlxxhY4P9 https://t.co/g8sF6xRWzx


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 2:48pm
RT @GabeBorelli: NEW: Most Republicans start 2023 wanting their party’s leaders to take a hard line in their dealings with President Biden and the Democrats, while the public's views of the economy remain overwhelmingly https://t.co/OodlL6MZrI

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 2:03pm
House Freedom Caucus Republicans often use Twitter to mention, amplify and endorse other members and allies of the Freedom Caucus. https://t.co/mGELKp0d2v https://t.co/Eg19TGYtVH


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 1:59pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Far more Americans say, in the long run, Biden will be unsuccessful (49%) than successful (23%); 27% say it's too early to tell. Similar to views of Trump in early 2019. https://t.co/KfDavPOHdu https://t.co/31wIpDAqrh


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 1:30pm
Even as inflation appears to have leveled off since last summer, large shares of Americans continue to report concerns about prices. 75% of adults say they are very concerned about the price of food and consumer goods, compared to 73% in October.https://t.co/EwHCkf7vXK https://t.co/HwUvbS9ywH


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 1:15pm
At about the halfway point in his term, President Joe Biden’s job ratings continue to be more negative than positive. 60% of Americans disapprove of the way Biden is handling his job as president, including 41% who say they very strongly disapprove. https://t.co/rTgP38X5d2 https://t.co/2jBXGHxJ1o


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 1:00pm
Among all U.S. adults, 65% are more concerned that Republicans in Congress will focus too much on investigating the Biden administration at the expense of other priorities. https://t.co/UobM2Y9r92 https://t.co/Onig70sSZp


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:45pm
Eight-in-ten Democrats say that the Democratic party is mostly (71%) or completely (9%) united, compared with 70% of Republicans who say the GOP is united (67% mostly, 4% completely). https://t.co/j8IyhwQBxX https://t.co/MY3dckM6CT


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:43pm
House Freedom Caucus members and their allies produced just 28% of all tweets from GOP House members from September 2022 to mid-January 2023. But these tweets drew a disproportionately large share of audience engagement https://t.co/voGYGoFCd3 https://t.co/XhxpmLUyYQ


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:30pm
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say they would support efforts by their leaders to find common ground with the other party. 58% of Democrats say that Biden should try as best as he can to work with GOP leaders to accomplish things. https://t.co/HidmEp7NCX https://t.co/eiEY0dNQwh


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:15pm
64% of Republicans say that Republican congressional leaders should stand up to Biden on matters that are important to GOP voters, even if this makes it harder to address critical problems facing the country. https://t.co/kZ8LHqjqf9 https://t.co/mw8qvab7ox


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:10pm
NEW: Most Republicans say they want their party’s leaders to take a hard line in their dealings with President Joe Biden and the Democrats. https://t.co/TLJaiAr3cD

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 12:08pm
GOP legislators affiliated with the House Freedom Caucus use Twitter differently than other U.S. House Republicans. https://t.co/lnx10T6KJn https://t.co/R3AWlNytfM


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 11:38am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Trump sues Bob Woodward over interview recordings - BBC Arabic Radio airs its final broadcast - A California lawmaker pushes to reopen media access to prisons and jails & more: https://t.co/2y1LBjGNKU

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 10:01am
NEW: House Freedom Caucus on Twitter: Going negative and getting attention https://t.co/sJiKWftYeV

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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 9:41am
RT @MonicaRAnders: From @pewresearch’s 2022 surveys: U.S. teen’s more likely than adults to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement https://t.co/M4bg1Xacio https://t.co/MyeGYkhdix


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 9:40am
RT @pewidentity: 48% of Democrats say descendants of enslaved people should be repaid in some way. By comparison, only 8% of Republicans say these descendants should be repaid in some way. https://t.co/fdhSKMlEj5 https://t.co/NDOEl46JGp


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 11:31pm
Median age of voting members of the U.S. House: 57.9 Median age of voting members of the U.S. Senate: 65.3 https://t.co/7f3RuZANqI

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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 4:30pm
The median age of first-time House Republicans in the 118th Congress is 47.2, compared with 44.1 for new Democrats in the chamber. https://t.co/gfe0gGvo6P https://t.co/SOKwd176m9


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 4:17pm
In the 118th Congress, younger generations – Gen Z, Millennials and Gen X – now account for 46% of voting lawmakers. Older generations – Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation – account for 54%. https://t.co/wbAYPQ5uup https://t.co/EcE8WhJtRS


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 4:02pm
NEW: House gets younger, Senate gets older: A look at the age and generation of lawmakers in the 118th Congress https://t.co/5AmwBZ9nxX

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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 11:52am
RT @johngramlich: 60% of Black Americans say police brutality is an extremely big problem for Black people in the US today. And 87% say policing in the US needs major changes or to be "completely rebuilt" for Black people to be treated fairly. (2021 @pewidentity data) https://t.co/e4rgd56KTi https://t.co/rRzDEb3oSR


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:19am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - News organizations struggle to decide if Nichols, Pelosi videos should be broadcast - A look into how Trump has amplified far-right accounts on Truth Social - DOJ charges 3 men in plot to murder journalist critical of Iran & more: https://t.co/XOdUKEeXM0

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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:08am
RT @mhugolopez: In October 2021, we asked Black adults to rate how much of a problem issues like racism, police brutality and economic inequality are for Black people living in the country today. Here's what we found: https://t.co/GqrrGE5FoP @pewresearch @pewidentity https://t.co/pvBuYwGJjo


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jan 29 - 9:26pm
In an October 2021 @pewidentity survey, 60% of Black Americans said police brutality is an extremely big problem for Black people in the United States today. https://t.co/1OlX0n7TIM https://t.co/TwZ5nw5BGS


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jan 29 - 9:09pm
RT @johngramlich: % of Americans who say the bigger problem is structural racism Black: 52% Hispanic: 25% Asian: 23% White: 18% % of Americans who say the bigger problem is individual racism White: 70% Asian: 65% Hispanic: 63% Black: 43% https://t.co/wBVXMu36RB https://t.co/LGLHd4DXsq

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jan 28 - 10:06am
RT @kianacoxphd: In the report we (@pewidentity) published in August, our findings show several things when it comes to Black adults' views on policing. (Thread) Full report is here: https://t.co/Mxi7XF9xkt

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 5:24pm
RT @mhugolopez: Looking to work with me and @pewresearch’s Race and Ethnicity team? We are looking for an Associate Director. See the job advertisement here: https://t.co/ZwV2JyXsll @pewidentity

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 4:17pm
From 2019 to 2020, religiously unaffiliated people, along with Jewish people, saw the greatest increase in the number of countries in which they were harassed: Both groups faced harassment in five additional countries in 2020. https://t.co/qbFgh91N4C https://t.co/iUMHvG6YYk


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 3:00pm
Ten of the 27 countries where nonreligious people were harassed in 2020 are in the Asia-Pacific region, where more than three-quarters of the world’s religiously unaffiliated people live. https://t.co/7DvAqY6aMw https://t.co/S24qWS3BN1


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 2:47pm
Religious “nones” – a group that includes atheists, agnostics and people who don’t identify with any religion – were harassed by governments, private groups or both in 27 countries in 2020, up from 22 the previous year. https://t.co/HYCj0G9VDG https://t.co/PVEOTj9Jha


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 2:44pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: As #RNC votes on next party chair, most Republicans are positive about their party's direction. But the share optimistic about the party's future (65%) is lower than in 2016, following Trump's win, or even 2020, after he lost the White House. https://t.co/QoggboG2qV https://t.co/rZ3pywovz8


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 1:30pm
NEW: Religiously unaffiliated people face harassment in a growing number of countries https://t.co/HBhlJm0Asj

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 11:20am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - BuzzFeed to use AI to help create content - Former RT employees launch new D.C. media venture - Dotdash Meredith cuts 7% of its staff & more: https://t.co/np03e01cai

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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 11:13am
RT @gottfriedjeff: In our survey of 11,889 U.S.-based journalists from last year, 8% said their news org relies on AI generated content at least a little, including only 1% who say this is the case a lot; 62% said their org does not rely on AI & 29% were unsure. https://t.co/yRwV76Y3X7

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 9:32am
RT @lrainie: Just reminding everyone that Americans were split down the middle about whether Donald Trump's Facebook/Meta account should have been permanently banned at the time of the original act: https://t.co/UKN6Nkjhmz cc: @pewresearch @pewinternet

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 9:20am
From 2021: Americans divided on whether Trump should be permanently banned from social media https://t.co/lIub2HRZp0

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 6:11pm
RT @johngramlich: From 2021: The public's attitudes on whether Donald Trump's accounts should be permanently banned from social media sites following the events of Jan. 6 (data from @pewinternet) https://t.co/uf5tsBAi8n https://t.co/sofpg7hRtD


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 4:07pm
RT @pewglobal: Overall, most of the European countries analyzed have seen changes in government at least once every two years. But governments in Belgium, Finland and Italy often haven’t lasted even a single year. https://t.co/yzaNltHnPl https://t.co/Yi6evLKvxp


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 2:03pm
The Netherlands has had 11 “caretaker” governments since World War II, the most of any EU country. Belgium and Italy stand out among the countries studied for having caretaker governments that lasted over 500 days. https://t.co/ZDuwWb1qKh https://t.co/Z1W9MOWzAR


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 1:17pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Rupert Murdoch calls off proposed News Corp-Fox merger - Media and tech layoffs loom large over 2023 - Vice to produce Arabic content for Saudi government-owned media giant MBC & more: https://t.co/78JmEm7KRh

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 12:43pm
In Belgium, Finland and Italy, the median length of government since World War II has been less than a year – far less than the full constitutional terms afforded to new governments in those countries. https://t.co/BzCWqGW7rW https://t.co/jeVbafv8bz


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 12:17pm
NEW: Many countries in Europe get a new government at least every two years https://t.co/PBFhpU7R6h

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 9:35am
RT @mhugolopez: Some 53% of Latino parents say they are trying to raise their children in a very/somewhat different way from how they were raised. https://t.co/hcidgon4tG @pewresearch @pewidentity https://t.co/XPGgM2q8SH


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 7:13pm
Freedom Caucus members and allies are more likely to come from the South than other House Republicans. Nearly two-thirds of members represent districts in the 16-state Southern region. https://t.co/MxV6yTOJ3W

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 4:17pm
RT @pewmethods: Explore how @pewresearch surveyed over 3,700 parents nationwide to better understand how American parents approach parenting (1/2): https://t.co/mWMBPMNDcx

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 4:17pm
This 2022 post took a closer look at gun deaths in the United States, based on a Pew Research Center analysis of data from the CDC, the FBI and other sources. https://t.co/qsmV9j3u8k

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
These are just a few findings from the responses we gathered from over 3,300 U.S. parents with children younger than 18 nationwide. Read our newest essay for more findings and quotes: https://t.co/SCHW1VvWJR

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
Parents also commonly mentioned approaches to parenting that give their children the freedom to just be kids and the autonomy to make their own choices, regardless of whether they’re raising their children in a similar or different way from how they were raised. https://t.co/4eH2Vvn3as


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
In reflecting on their parenting, 9% of parents who say they’re raising their children similarly to how they were raised mentioned education, as did 5% who say they’re raising their children differently. https://t.co/9tjMeZAuo7


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
Whether trying to raise their kids similarly to or differently from how they were raised, comparable shares of parents pointed to expectations for their children’s behavior and discipline when asked to say more about their parenting approach (29% and 32%, respectively). https://t.co/nPFqRBGHCY


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
44% of parents who say they are raising their children differently from how they were raised gave answers that focused on love and their relationship with their children. This theme was less common among those raising their children similarly to their own upbringing (16%). https://t.co/yapGkhxNja


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
Among parents who say they are raising their children similarly to how they were raised, 63% mentioned something having to do with values and religion. Parents raising their children differently than they were raised were less likely to focus on this theme (13% mentioned it). https://t.co/vvcQDfks0S


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
When asked to describe the specific ways in which they’re raising their children, parents’ responses touched on different dimensions of family life. Five distinct themes emerged from the parents’ open-ended responses. https://t.co/SCHW1VvWJR https://t.co/3Vi1AvFaDu


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
Roughly as many U.S. parents say they are raising their children similarly to how they were raised (43%) as say they are trying to take a different approach (44%). https://t.co/SCHW1VvWJR

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
NEW: How are U.S. parents raising their children these days, and how does their approach compare to the way their own parents raised them? See what some of them said in our newest essay 🧵 https://t.co/SCHW1VvWJR

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 1:02pm
Gab, a social media site founded in 2016, is one of several platforms that bill themselves as alternatives to more established sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Our new analysis provides key facts about Gab and those who use it. https://t.co/mQWWbbCHGq

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:57am
RT @PewReligion: Roughly a third (35%) of U.S. parents say it is extremely or very important to them that their children have similar religious beliefs to their own https://t.co/Gl2y1ziMcS https://t.co/6chatSgRlw


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:19am
These are just a few findings from our survey of 3,757 U.S. parents with children under age 18. Read our new report for more: https://t.co/8UiPV6dx6u

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:19am
Lower-income parents – and those with middle incomes – are also more likely than upper-income parents to say parenting is stressful all or most of the time (33% and 29% vs. 22%, respectively). https://t.co/fWeP8qyF5b

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:19am
Across income groups, majorities of about eight-in-ten or more say they find being a parent to be rewarding and enjoyable all or most of the time, but lower-income parents are the most likely to say this is always the case. https://t.co/fWeP8qyF5b https://t.co/urJLuw2wzM


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:19am
52% of married or cohabitating parents say they feel judged by their spouse or partner for how they parent their children at least some of the time. And 44% of parents say they feel judged by their own parents at least sometimes. https://t.co/8UiPV6dx6u https://t.co/0sFG5v5pp6


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