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5 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 11:02am
NEW: Growing share of Americans say their side in politics has been losing more often than winning https://t.co/dUyVJyz4js https://t.co/wAHThxgHHq


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5 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 11:01am
RT @jensmanuel: The number of Latino voters nearly doubled from 2014 to 2018, nearing presidential election year levels. This came among historically high turnout overall: More than 122 million Americans voted in the 2018 elections, the highest in a midterm election year since 1978. https://t.co/ffxgdcQraA


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5 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 11:01am
RT @alec_h_tyson: ▪️How much of a connection do Americans see between extreme weather events, like hurricanes and wildfires, and climate change? ▪️This August @pewresearch analysis took a close look at that question: https://t.co/O2PbGxKFXU

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6 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 10:09am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Dominion Voting Systems identifies Fox News host Jeanine Pirro as central to defamation suit - Digital World CEO urges Trump to press shareholders to vote on merger extension - A look at local journalists covering Hurricane Ian & more: https://t.co/LEFan0WpeV

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7 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 9:35am
The share of Latinos in the U.S. who speak English proficiently is growing. https://t.co/RQTrwV2tAT https://t.co/IPxtjf6364


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2 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 7:36pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW: a majority of Latinos say abortion should be legal in all or most cases. It has also sharply risen as an issue for this year’s election among Latino registered voters. https://t.co/vQ2cOq5p5h @pewidentity @pewresearch https://t.co/xYIYxlamki


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 4:17pm
Democrats were about equally likely to become more negative (24%) and more positive (23%) toward China between 2020 and 2022. Republicans, on the other hand, were about twice as likely to have turned more negative (27%) than positive (12%). https://t.co/eqkPbvDkAh https://t.co/VR4da7dKyw


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 2:03pm
With fewer college graduates obtaining degrees in education, younger teachers have declined as a share of the nation’s overall elementary and secondary school teaching workforce. https://t.co/KeQvyXh9Mx https://t.co/WiVuAp1Bad


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 1:23pm
Although Christianity is by far the majority faith in the U.S., religious switching has resulted in a net flow of millions of Americans from Christianity to the ranks of the religiously unaffiliated. https://t.co/E2Da9xfMfx

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:58pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Supporters of right-wing populist parties in Europe view Russia/Putin more positively than do backers of other parties. But their views have become a lot less positive -- and in many cases, the changes have been striking. https://t.co/633748Ga7P

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:58pm
RT @PewReligion: Over the last 15 years, the share of U.S. adults who identify as Christians has dropped by 15 percentage points, from 78% to 63%. The share who are unaffiliated has grown commensurately – rising by 1 point per year, on average, from 16% to nearly 30%. https://t.co/ePa6mU2jTV

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:57pm
RT @mhugolopez: Are Latinos social conservatives? As w/ all things about any group, the answer is nuanced, depending on the issue, group, etc. For Latinos' views on gun control, socialism/capitalism, abortion, the place of the US in the world and more, see https://t.co/vQ2cOqn0tR @pewidentity

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:53pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Trevor Noah announces his departure from 'The Daily Show' - President Biden is advised to declassify all intelligence reports on Khashoggi murder - The BBC announces restructuring which could result in relocations and job loss. & more: https://t.co/kzzDMFNpuh

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:43pm
Just 8% of Americans who have used a dating site or app in the past year say that in that time, they have been on a phone or video date with another user specifically due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/oWeTb0anEA https://t.co/QijQzTykVo


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 10:01am
The most common change in views of China from 2020 to 2022 was in the negative direction: 15% of adults moved from holding a somewhat unfavorable view of China in 2020 to a very unfavorable view in 2022. https://t.co/6FDMVVRp8T https://t.co/BdT1RNC3Y4


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 9:35am
In the second quarter of 2022, the labor force participation rate for college-educated women was 69.6%, the same as in the second quarter of 2019. In contrast, men and most other educational groups now have lower rates of labor force participation. https://t.co/bQGvMX7Eam https://t.co/ByeMRY334e


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3 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 5:55pm
RT @jmhorowitz78: Five years after #MeToo went viral, more Americans support than oppose the movement. Views differ widely by party. Read more at https://t.co/zWnBi2gUkh. https://t.co/6lMMHc9rDe


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3 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 5:55pm
RT @johngramlich: 70% of Democrats, vs. 22% of Republicans, say they support the #MeToo movement. Republicans are nearly twice as likely to oppose than support the movement (41% vs. 22%), though many (37%) neither support nor oppose it. https://t.co/XzklaZIGQN https://t.co/5yNHb250iT


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3 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 5:23pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Rare point of partisan agreement: Large majorities of Republicans (74%) and Democrats (85%) say the federal government should play a major role in responding to natural disasters. And both parties give govt. high marks for handling disasters. https://t.co/fwYWi7i7Fd https://t.co/91kt5DrsCX


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3 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 5:23pm
RT @pewglobal: When asked about China, Australians tend to think of its government, not its people https://t.co/OgRggLccJb https://t.co/gP92tMZwcd


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 3:30pm
26% of Americans say the increased focus on sexual harassment and assault in the last five years has made it harder for women to know how to interact with men in the workplace, while 27% say it’s made it easier. 46% say it hasn’t made much difference. https://t.co/bbJhLhan7W https://t.co/6VpsxBBSwr


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 3:15pm
46% of Americans say the increased focus on sexual harassment and assault in the last five years has made it harder for men to know how to interact with women in the workplace while 21% say it’s made it easier for men.32% say it hasn’t made much difference.https://t.co/gVxqxWl6Hl https://t.co/AaRHUGVB6s


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 3:00pm
There is no gender gap in views of how common instances of false reporting of sexual harassment or assault are – 48% of both men and women say this is uncommon. https://t.co/SUqmRe9xbo https://t.co/XdeReh8kk9


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 2:30pm
73% of Hispanic registered voters say they would not like to see Trump remain a national political figure, including nearly all Latino Democrats (94%). 63% of Hispanic Republicans say they WOULD like to see him remain a national political figure. https://t.co/sgng0BQp2G https://t.co/iqVerwk8Nz


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 2:17pm
Among Hispanic registered voters, 59% of Catholics and 60% of those who are religiously unaffiliated say they would vote for or are leaning toward the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in their congressional district. https://t.co/bgHIClf7eW https://t.co/0uuL9q4iJ3


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 2:01pm
NEW: Religious ‘switching’ patterns will help determine Christianity’s course in U.S. https://t.co/gP9aoNe3lF https://t.co/EAW7OO8rgG


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:45pm
45% of Latino registered voters say they approve of the way Joe Biden is handling his job as president, while 54% disapprove. https://t.co/twsFTnKwd4 https://t.co/wAY8S9S0LM


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:30pm
Hispanic evangelical Protestants are more likely to say they would vote for the Republican candidate rather than the Democratic candidate (50% vs. 32%) for the U.S. House of Representatives in their congressional district https://t.co/8FKrjntmy8 https://t.co/6be2x7vx9W


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:29pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Since early in his presidency, Biden has gotten lower ratings for being 'mentally sharp' than for other personal traits. Those ratings (along w/ others & job approval) have declined over time. In Aug. 35% of the public described him as mentally sharp. https://t.co/oifyHaG6nY https://t.co/lXPyi4M0Hk


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:15pm
53% of Latino registered voters say they would vote for or are leaning towards the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in their congressional district, compared with 28% who say they would vote for the Republican candidate. https://t.co/1pB9T1wBN8 https://t.co/dV3oIyibAx


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:05pm
Among those who say they oppose the #MeToo movement, 22% give reasons related to due process, such as the idea that the movement doesn’t take due process into account or that individuals should be considered innocent until proven guilty (13%). https://t.co/eHGGLKiXEZ https://t.co/IVsBz7ibd4


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:01pm
Abortion has risen the most in importance as a voting issue among Hispanics in recent months. 57% say the issue is very important, up from 42% in March. https://t.co/imLCF8hbm8 https://t.co/qnjoz0uye0


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:55pm
In an open-ended question, 34% of those who express support for the #MeToo movement give a response focused on women needing or deserving equality or respect or spreading awareness of the issues of sexual harassment and assault. https://t.co/rsioomDB0O https://t.co/aD8lt2T0DE


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:45pm
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say they support the #MeToo movement (70% vs. 22%). For their part, Republicans are far more likely than Democrats to express opposition and to say they neither support nor oppose the movement. https://t.co/C0ZHwddPDK https://t.co/8lgVYONrRd


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:43pm
Among Latino registered voters, 80% say the economy is a very important issue when deciding who to vote for in the upcoming congressional midterm elections. Other top issues include health care (71%), violent crime and education (70% each), gun policy (66%)https://t.co/3a7wvqraKy https://t.co/bAMkUKihkJ


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:35pm
49% of Americans who say they’ve heard of the #MeToo movement say they support the movement either strongly or somewhat, compared with 30% who neither support nor oppose it and 21% who say they strongly or somewhat oppose it. https://t.co/b7L6YoZrYh https://t.co/HhqIRdrvjc


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:25pm
Relatively few Americans (15%) say that false reporting of incidents of sexual harassment or assault in the workplace are common, but 46% say it’s extremely or very common for those who have had these types of experiences to not report them. https://t.co/mMfmOk4QyN https://t.co/SuiXcAdDRB


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:20pm
62% of U.S. adults say that, compared with five years ago, those who report sexual harassment or assault at work are now more likely to be believed. https://t.co/etZfgTbUsQ https://t.co/gT8nBzn0ap


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:15pm
Latino registered voters identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party over the Republican Party by about a two-to-one margin (64% vs. 33% in this year’s survey), with Latino party identification shifting little over the past few years. https://t.co/S3L3m9Htuo https://t.co/sf0ykBajZa


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:10pm
Today, 70% of U.S. adults say that, compared with five years ago, people who commit sexual harassment or assault in the workplace are now more likely to be held responsible for their actions. https://t.co/dde83hAG4j https://t.co/jz84BEWH1W


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:05pm
NEW: Five years after the #MeToo hashtag went viral, about half of Americans who have heard of the movement express support for it, while 21% say they oppose it. https://t.co/t4o6GuN3Gx

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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:00pm
45% of Hispanics see a great deal of difference between the Democratic and Republican parties. About equal shares of Hispanic Democrats (47%) and Hispanic Republicans (48%) say there is a great deal of difference between the parties. https://t.co/8eqzAXotzP https://t.co/5ZRMQAhOj9


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 11:45am
About half of Hispanics do not see a great deal of difference between what the Democratic and Republican parties stand for, with 36% saying there is a fair amount of difference and 16% saying there is hardly any difference at all between the parties. https://t.co/pFzHLqAmCH https://t.co/bNTMIU2PwZ


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 11:30am
56% of Hispanic Republicans say “the Democratic Party works hard to earn Latinos’ votes” describes their views at least somewhat well, while 35% Hispanic Democrats say the same about the Republican Party. https://t.co/QTQ59GBySK https://t.co/PXirQucsVZ


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 11:15am
36% of Latino Republicans say “the Democratic Party really cares about Latinos” describes their views at least somewhat well, while 21% of Latino Democrats say “the Republican Party really cares about Latinos” describes their views at least somewhat well. https://t.co/e7OCjNCImq https://t.co/H49zJXoZ4W


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 11:00am
Substantial minorities of Hispanic partisans say they have at least a somewhat favorable view of the opposing party on several measures, though sharp differences exist by party affiliation among Hispanics. https://t.co/XEgUyWrhhn https://t.co/oJcEmvD5QP


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:45am
34% of Latino adults say the statement “the Democratic Party really cares about Latinos” does not describe their views well, and 35% say the same about the statement “the Democratic Party represents the interests of people like you.” https://t.co/YDLuQ9QnMo https://t.co/7B8d30eZiU


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:30am
71% of Latino adults say the Democratic Party works hard for Latinos’ votes, 63% say it “really cares about Latinos” and 60% say the party represents the interests of people like themselves. Smaller shares say the same of the GOP on each statement. https://t.co/0idkU4bHLI https://t.co/Q0ru2Xsm3g


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:27am
RT @jensmanuel: NEW: Our new survey of Latino adults finds that most say the Democratic Party cares about Latinos and works hard to earn their vote. Significantly fewer say the same of the Republican Party. https://t.co/6UF8xG0h0w

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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:27am
RT @mhugolopez: NEW: For Latino voters, what issues matter most for their vote this year? The economy is tops, but abortion has risen as an issue. https://t.co/vQ2cOq5p5h @pewidentity @pewresearch https://t.co/iuVdzQxJBC


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:15am
NEW: Our new survey of Latino adults finds that most say the Democratic Party cares about Latinos and works hard to earn their vote. Significantly fewer say the same of the Republican Party. https://t.co/F52WFVbqve

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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 9:35am
The number of women and men in the U.S. with at least a bachelor’s degree has increased since the second quarter of 2019. But the share of college-educated women who are in the labor force has not changed since before the pandemic. https://t.co/VxJAk94pjY https://t.co/akJtRz0aZo


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 6:01am
Women have become much less likely to choose education as their field of study. 36% of all bachelor’s degrees conferred to women were in education in 1970-71. By 2019-20, just 6% of the undergraduate degrees awarded to women were in education. https://t.co/7vemqVhCBF

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4 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:34pm
RT @pewglobal: Here’s how opinions about China changed – or didn’t change – among U.S. adults who were asked for their attitudes about China in both a 2020 survey and a 2022 survey. https://t.co/Jm4RQHBhip https://t.co/uNejq4b24R


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4 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 7:13pm
North and South Dakota have seen the fastest rates of growth in their Hispanic populations since 2010. https://t.co/PYBWrWWhQ8 https://t.co/eHfLPYAPrS


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4 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 5:45pm
RT @MichaelDimock: How the world views China: A great essay drawn from over 20 years of @pewresearch surveys in more than 60 countries. Big picture: not "more of the same." https://t.co/iQYZIgJ0oM

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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 4:17pm
In 2019-20, colleges and universities conferred 85,057 bachelor’s degrees in education, about 4% of the more than 2 million total degrees issued. In 1970-71, they issued 176,307 bachelor’s degrees in education, or 21% of degrees. https://t.co/2QYjhMrOLe https://t.co/9FyodPkOL5


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 3:54pm
RT @ColleenAMcClain: Our newest findings @pewinternet dive into the world of online dating, exploring ways that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may - or may not - be on the minds of some users who've been swiping over the past year. A short🧵on what we learned: (1/n) https://t.co/RVXOkkFr8Q

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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 3:03pm
Roughly a quarter of U.S. adults (26%) became more negative toward China between 2020 and 2022. Around one-in-five (17%) became more positive toward it, while 53% did not change their views in one direction or the other. https://t.co/1E5ZuoRvt0 https://t.co/oqUkUBeDSU


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 2:03pm
The pandemic disproportionately impacted labor market activity for adults without a bachelor’s degree, especially among women. The number of women with some college or less education in the labor force has declined 4.6% since the second quarter of 2019. https://t.co/cFi2FWajVS https://t.co/RgOSpyIhVa


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:34pm
RT @pewglobal: Our newest essay explores global opinion toward China through the lens of five topics: China’s power and influence, its human rights policies, the country’s economy, COVID-19 and the Chinese people. 1/ https://t.co/C6FMMYoOvM https://t.co/y54h5fWT2l


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:15pm
NEW: Some Americans’ views of China turned more negative after 2020, but others became more positive https://t.co/DhkWMXx1WU https://t.co/y8kuV0Pvov


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 11:38am
Current or recent online dating users who are Democrats are far more likely than their Republican counterparts to say that it’s been important to them that dating profiles included someone’s vaccination status. https://t.co/PL3NYbL6Gk https://t.co/TpZkkOs82r


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:43am
2021 U.S. Hispanic population, by state: • California: 15.8 million • Texas: 11.9 million • Florida: 5.8 million • New York: 3.9 million • Arizona: 2.4 million https://t.co/eyXwluCIj0 https://t.co/K21DLUokwc


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:34am
RT @pewidentity: From @mhugolopez: Hispanics remain optimistic about life in the U.S. compared with their or their ancestor’s places of origin. Majorities also say the U.S. has better conditions for raising kids, access to health care and treatment of the poor. https://t.co/Wz7mo11UUS https://t.co/y32zdRFo5B


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:34am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - CNN lays off staffers in its audio division - Podcasters are using mobile-game ads to buy listeners - Hack of Fast Company sends out obscene notifications and leads to its website coming down & more: https://t.co/j5gxin4REs

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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:03am
RT @johngramlich: 72% of Americans say taking in refugees should be an important goal for US immigration policy, but only 28% say it should be a very important goal, per recent @pewresearch survey: https://t.co/IhRrtEdBHW https://t.co/2vyxGqiGRY

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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 9:35am
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to express a high level of concern about several possibilities that might arise from the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. https://t.co/ebbA5XRpXX https://t.co/LQlmLVSqpF


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5 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 8:35pm
Most Americans express support for taking in refugees, but opinions vary by party and other factors: https://t.co/580PU3onv0 https://t.co/leMbwfHGRt

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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:17pm
In response to an open-ended question, Australian adults most frequently mentioned the political system when thinking about China (29%), while others mentioned threats and human rights. https://t.co/CWXRZu3qbR https://t.co/yusuT5creV


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 3:34pm
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a host of challenges for the nation’s K-12 schools, including widespread reports of teacher shortages as the new school year begins. But the problem of attracting people to the profession is not necessarily a new one. https://t.co/K9qIm8vHFO https://t.co/Tv9zhKT2cN


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 2:16pm
NEW: A dwindling number of new U.S. college graduates have a degree in education https://t.co/2IFOYnS416 https://t.co/CKc8ZFakxl


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 2:03pm
The fastest population growth among U.S. Latinos has come among those with origins in Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Honduras and Guatemala. https://t.co/TBWGN2sOLK https://t.co/kRE0TzOdQn


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 1:31pm
Among those who have used online dating sites or apps in the past year, % who say it has been _ important to them that the profiles they looked at included COVID-19 vaccination status: • Very/somewhat important: 47% • Not too/not at all important: 53% https://t.co/Y9WRwJU286 https://t.co/lueqdKm0Km


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:45pm
RT @lrainie: Americans who have used dating sites/apps in past year divided on importance of seeing COVID-19 vaccination status or political affiliation in dating profiles - new survey findings from @pewresearch @ColleenAMcClain https://t.co/kHM0aCrf6e https://t.co/Sli2SeZAHW


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:43pm
With shelling reaching the vicinity of Ukrainian nuclear power plants in recent months, more than four-in-ten Americans (44%) say they are extremely or very concerned about the possibility of a major nuclear accident at one of Ukraine’s power plants. https://t.co/zrrfP1UI62 https://t.co/pqQLaHlqZj


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:22pm
NEW: About half of recent online daters in U.S. say it’s important to see COVID-19 vaccination status on profiles https://t.co/MRiQdhhhyu https://t.co/s3wxLFH96X


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 10:48am
RT @pewscience: From our 2018 survey: 62% of U.S. adults say that monitoring asteroids and other objects that could potentially hit the Earth should be a top priority for NASA. https://t.co/LTbyNxJ2vC https://t.co/Xq2RBvETK1

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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 10:05am
Today, there are a greater number of women ages 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree or more education in the labor force than before the pandemic. The number of such men is also greater, though their ranks have not increased as quickly as those of women. https://t.co/Yldmei01kq https://t.co/ae5XifDCJa


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 9:54am
RT @pewjournalism: In today's news: - Meta disables Russian propaganda network of more than 1,600 accounts - Biden administration and TikTok draft preliminary agreement over security concerns - A look at disinformation surrounding a fake coup in China & more: https://t.co/eOHa30HadB

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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 9:35am
Most gay or lesbian adults and bisexual adults say the monkeypox outbreak is at least a minor threat to public health. Also, gay or bisexual men are more likely than straight men to see the monkeypox outbreak as at least a minor threat to public health. https://t.co/AQw7yHXW7m https://t.co/Z2lxVxaqgG


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:02am
RT @RichardWike: We asked Australians to describe the first thing that comes to mind when they think of China - people were most likely to mention the political system, human rights and a variety of threats https://t.co/Gpf4lpEbwB https://t.co/ShYUJkUckv


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:17pm
Two-in-ten Americans currently say the U.S. is providing too much support to Ukraine, up from just 7% who said this in March. 32% of Republicans and 11% of Democrats now say the U.S. is providing too much support. https://t.co/rmAVfDsdyY https://t.co/HRkZz65vJ1


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 3:09pm
Women have overtaken men and now account for more than half (50.7%) of the college-educated labor force in the United States. The change occurred in the fourth quarter of 2019 and remains the case today. https://t.co/Rm5WdXZ2T1 https://t.co/IhjkahWt1O


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 2:34pm
RT @r_fry1: The pandemic did not mess with women's march into the college-educated labor force. Women are now a majority of the labor force with at least a bachelor's degree. https://t.co/z7RSL2Uj6p https://t.co/HMcdCjAE1B


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 2:03pm
NEW: Women now outnumber men in the U.S. college-educated labor force https://t.co/cpzYmS1xMJ https://t.co/1RnPFgmz83


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 12:43pm
About two-in-ten Americans (18%) say the U.S. is not providing enough support to Ukraine, down from 42% who said this in March. Declines have occurred in both parties, but are much steeper among Republicans. https://t.co/uKhqW0h1Gh https://t.co/acmcq2fsFe


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:52am
Official relations between Australia and China have been strained in recent years. To better understand how Australians think about China, we asked Australians in a 2021 survey to describe the first thing that comes to mind when they think of China. https://t.co/M1yHJBOTeJ https://t.co/dTifxCskWC


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:11am
RT @pewglobal: NEW: To better understand how Australians think about China, @pewresearch asked Australians in a 2021 survey to describe in their own words the first thing that comes to mind when they think of China. We then analyzed the responses; here’s what we found. https://t.co/2DQKCaPxQE https://t.co/WjjkruFJDQ


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:04am
NEW: When asked about China, Australians tend to think of its government, not its people https://t.co/FcqTrnpIdq https://t.co/S9OwNhMC6g


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 9:35am
More Americans say they would oppose or strongly oppose (44%) than say they would favor or strongly favor (27%) requiring health insurance companies to cover medical care for gender transitions. The landscape of coverage for gender transitions is varied. https://t.co/kyLk1hpZ7H https://t.co/xT1aOj4Bon


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 8:27pm
RT @jensmanuel: Hispanics have become the largest racial or ethnic group in California and Texas. This demographic milestone happened in 2014 in CA. And in TX, it happened in 2021 (just barely). https://t.co/3YPJnZM0f6 #HispanicHeritageMonth https://t.co/uGt5VFW3qp


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 5:27pm
RT @jensmanuel: The biggest Latino origin groups in the U.S. as of 2021, in millions: 37.2 Mexico 🇲🇽 5.8 Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 2.5 Salvadoran 🇸🇻 2.4 Cuban 🇨🇺 2.4 Dominican 🇩🇴 1.8 Guatemalan 🇬🇹 1.4 Colombian 🇨🇴 1.1 Honduran 🇭🇳 https://t.co/3YPJnZMy4E #HispanicHeritageMonth https://t.co/VldfuWiKbv


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 5:26pm
RT @Moira_EF: across Europe, supporters of right-wing populist parties have grown much less favorable on Russia and Putin than in years prior https://t.co/w9EiZ0wrM6 https://t.co/mjt1rui4ab


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 4:17pm
The number of Latinos who say they are multiracial has increased dramatically. Almost 28 million Latinos identified with more than one race in 2021, up from just 3 million in 2010. https://t.co/DFkIlRe8di https://t.co/apLrtAEiy7


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 2:03pm
Around a third (34%) of gay or bisexual men say the U.S. has done an excellent or good job responding to the monkeypox outbreak, while roughly half (49%) say it has done an only fair or poor job. Straight men are evenly divided in their assessments. https://t.co/L4f6oF8DgM https://t.co/BkJyr5AJ7S


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 12:43pm
A quarter of U.S. adults currently say they are following news about the war in Ukraine extremely or very closely, down from 36% in May. https://t.co/ZZB725Icgu

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:18am
RT @RichardWike: New post shows that European right-wing populists are still more likely than others to have positive views of Putin, but even among right-wing populists Putin's ratings have dropped significantly post-invasion https://t.co/gtTVPefov5 https://t.co/7vGP9bdgw2


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:08am
RT @pewglobal: Favorable opinions of Russia and Putin have declined sharply among Europe’s populists following Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, especially among right-wing populists in Italy. 1/4 https://t.co/vxTnds4jan https://t.co/m3urQSE8Ha


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 10:44am
The U.S. Hispanic population reached 62.5 million in 2021, up from 50.5 million in 2010. The 19% increase in the Hispanic population was faster than the nation’s 7% growth rate, but slower than the 23% increase in the Asian population. https://t.co/t57mwWuaxX https://t.co/vjDpflhvTm


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