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4 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 2:45am
RT @pewresearch: Only 19% of Japanese believe that today's children will be better off financially than their parents https://t.co/hSLvAFZj

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4 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 2:30am
RT @tonyflores_san: Despite decline in international adoptions, China (42%) continues to exceed adoptions from other countries. https://t.c

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4 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 2:15am
RT @pewglobal: People around the globe are generally unhappy with the functioning of their nations’ political systems https://t.co/A68cabVE

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4 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 2:15am
RT @DrGMLivingston: Amid decline in international adoptions to U.S., boys outnumber girls for the first time https://t.co/wmVvCnvkyS

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5 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 2:00am
RT @pewresearch: 57% of Japanese say diversity makes their nation a worse place to live https://t.co/SZcSmv64yn https://t.co/LwWxZWlWdA


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5 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 1:45am
RT @pewresearch: 65% of Japanese say life in Japan today is better for people like them than it was 50 years ago https://t.co/vHmdt1npeI ht…

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5 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 1:15am
RT @pewresearch: 57% of Japanese now see the U.S. favorably, down 15 points from a year ago https://t.co/aVTovJOysp https://t.co/z7vTWCXCcP


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6 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 18 - 1:00am
RT @pewglobal: NEW: Japanese Divided on Democracy’s Success at Home, but Value Voice of the People https://t.co/Bm5UkaTkwm https://t.co/1Uf

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9 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 9:21pm
Around the world, those upbeat on the economy are more likely to be satisfied with how democracy is working… https://t.co/V2bMxaXxZK

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10 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 8:11pm
People around the world are split on how well democracy is working in their countries https://t.co/GNZMxg0yVT https://t.co/q12I1DkoVt


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13 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 6:06pm
Few Japanese hold favorable views of Russia or have confidence in President Putin https://t.co/RLXkKL4N86 https://t.co/LSyawcUH7U


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14 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 4:17pm
The Japanese have little good to say about current U.S. President Donald Trump or his policies… https://t.co/zBrA571IzW

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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:53pm
RT @pewglobal: Direct democracy, where citizens, not elected officials, vote directly on major issues, is supported by 66% globally https:/…

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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:44pm
RT @FactTank: Just 15% of all U.S. adults say they have ever contacted a public official to express their opinion on gun policy. https://t.…

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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:45pm
RT @lrainie: New podcast w/ Sue Urahn, @jodyaroberts on: The New Age of Invention https://t.co/T6KTTvNRfL via @pewtrusts. Also: https://t.c

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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:35pm
83% of Japanese have an unfavorable view of China, including 35% who hold a very unfavorable opinion of Beijing… https://t.co/uxewyJ5ckr

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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:30pm
RT @B_radJ_ones: In 1999, only 2% of adoptees from China were boys. By 2016, that figure had risen to 51% https://t.co/Lo7p2cGSu7 https://t…

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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:29pm
RT @pewmethods: This summer, @pewresearch examined the @facebook followings of members of 115th U.S. Congress: https://t.co/GNmWlS62hJ

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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:17pm
Chart: What #Japanese say are the major threats to their nation https://t.co/AHAdwkAZhw https://t.co/CFtDKhahts


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:03pm
Only 19% of Japanese believe that today's children will be better off financially than their parents… https://t.co/5Z0XhzpoVV

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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 12:43pm
RT @balper: My home state of Arizona is the 27th most religious state in the U.S. How religious is your state? https://t.co/KLnD15NwoQ http…

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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 12:09pm
RT @FactTank: Amid decline in international adoptions to U.S., boys outnumber girls for the first time https://t.co/GKzmXGD3p9 https://t.co

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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 11:39am
57% of Japanese say diversity makes their nation a worse place to live https://t.co/SZcSmv64yn https://t.co/LwWxZWlWdA


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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 11:24am
65% of Japanese say life in Japan today is better for people like them than it was 50 years ago… https://t.co/mQ2ZIEdkqj

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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 11:08am
Just 24% of Japanese express confidence in Trump to do the right thing in world affairs https://t.co/tYGWSAkyro https://t.co/DDYmmlORYb


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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:52am
RT @pewglobal: Japan's image in Asia: Popular in Australia (88% favorable) and Vietnam (86%), not so much in South Korea (31%) https://t.co

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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:41am
Japan's image has improved somewhat in the eyes of its Asian-Pacific neighbors https://t.co/B7WTMnuvaB https://t.co/Kf9NqcnYmN


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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:30am
77% of Japanese endorse representative democracy, while 65% say referenda on major policy issues would be good… https://t.co/OunILpAEv5

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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:18am
57% of Japanese now see the U.S. favorably, down 15 points from a year ago https://t.co/aVTovJOysp https://t.co/z7vTWCXCcP


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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:11am
RT @pewglobal: Japanese views of U.S. and confidence in American president have sharply declined. Many think relations will worsen https://…

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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 10:08am
NEW: Japanese divided on Democracy's success at home, but value the voice of the people https://t.co/RZ4gOxxfg2

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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 9:37am
Globally, there are mixed reviews on how democracy is working. Middle East, Latin America least satisfied… https://t.co/GFJc0zrHpV

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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 9:15am
RT @balper: Most U.S. adults now say it is not necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values https://t.co/MpnlzEb1a8 https:/…

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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 9:15am
RT @pewscience: Climate change is most commonly cited topic of stories Americans have seen w/ disagreements among scientific experts https:…

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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 9:15am
RT @RichardWike: People who say the economy is in good shape are much more likely to say democracy is working well https://t.co/qf0LipIhQ8

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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 8:35am
Globally, many are unhappy with their current political system https://t.co/juhCtwJVQP

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 4:45am
RT @PewReligion: New on @FactTank: A growing share of Americans say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral https://t.co/DdFvomOHc

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 4:30am
RT @pewglobal: Asia-Pacific publics divided on effects of China's growing economy, but most see its growing military as a bad thing https:/…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 4:15am
RT @pewresearch: Those who favor populist parties in Europe express deeper levels of distrust of government https://t.co/HObfQzBJnc https:/…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 4:00am
RT @PewHispanic: How America's source of immigrants has changed over time: https://t.co/fHUwXRbVK3 https://t.co/r4Y334zUzb


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 3:45am
RT @pewresearch: People in Latin America are particularly unhappy with the way democracy is working in their countries https://t.co/3mBhv8S

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 3:30am
RT @pewresearch: Those in more democratic, wealthier nations are more committed to representative democracy https://t.co/ikVa5gLYR7 https:/…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 3:15am
RT @pewresearch: Russia has the lowest percentage of people committed to representative democracy (7%) among 38 countries surveyed https://…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 3:00am
RT @pewresearch: About a quarter of people across 38 countries are committed to democracy, but 47% are less committed https://t.co/uDyvPYI8

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:45am
RT @pewresearch: Few people worldwide have a lot of trust in their government https://t.co/tbH8JFRWjm https://t.co/jjM5P2Szkk


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:30am
RT @pewresearch: People on the ideological right in many countries are more supportive of rule by a strong leader without constraints https…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:15am
RT @pewresearch: People in high-growth rate countries are more likely to trust their national government https://t.co/3psHCgsNxt https://t.…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 2:07am
78% across 38 nations back government by elected representatives. But intensity of support varies among nations… https://t.co/ie620qL8uV

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:45am
RT @pewresearch: There’s widespread backing globally for citizens having a direct vote on major national issues https://t.co/1r873ofTGE htt…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:30am
RT @pewresearch: More than 80 countries around the world favor a specific religion, either officially or unofficially https://t.co/7Zd5JVxl

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 1:00am
RT @pewglobal: 1/ Our new survey finds broad support for representative and direct democracy around the world https://t.co/JqxkIZ6GG4 https…

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 17 - 12:03am
Do you need to believe in God to be moral and have good values? A growing share of Americans say no https://t.co/aKB3BgtzeP

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:34pm
Harassment is now a “feature” of life online for many Americans, our 2017 survey found: https://t.co/qkzqOFZXBM

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 9:21pm
Few Europeans back a governing system in which the military rules the country https://t.co/k4iPbZyhjm https://t.co/enci66XA9O


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 9:01pm
RT @pewscience: Most Americans get their science news from general outlets, but many doubt their accuracy https://t.co/hzcprgM3pl https://t…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 9:01pm
RT @PewReligion: Even white evangelicals are growing more likely to say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be a moral person: https://…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 6:06pm
Publics are generally divided on leaving governance to experts https://t.co/Ab1QmRhHrr https://t.co/lMjdfINsJt


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 5:34pm
RT @RichardWike: Even in high income nations significant %s are willing to consider nondemocratic government https://t.co/HCC7PGFsxP https:…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 5:05pm
RT @MichaelDimock: How does the world view democracy? There are some striking findings in our new 38-nation survey https://t.co/qvJPtDXPMz

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 4:17pm
"Survey: One-Third of Republicans Favor Leaders Unchecked by Courts or Congress" – @ForeignPolicy on our new report: https://t.co/7wl2SWSaMC

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 4:05pm
RT @pewinternet: 3-in-10 Americans – and over half of young women – have had explicit images sent to them without their consent https://t.c

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 3:16pm
RT @GregSmith_Polls: % of white evangelicals who say belief in God is NOT necessary to be moral, have good values: 2011 - 26% 2017 - 32% ht…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 3:16pm
RT @FactTank: In South Korea, Japan and Vietnam, 90% or more say China’s growing military power is a bad thing for their country. https://t…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:44pm
Those who favor populist parties in Europe express deeper levels of distrust of government https://t.co/HObfQzBJnc https://t.co/ike8wLa0s1


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:38pm
RT @FactTank: A growing share of Americans say it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral https://t.co/Ebxm5c0JlG https://t.co/0uaP1h

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:13pm
RT @RichardWike: Considerable support for direct democracy around the world https://t.co/gXh3p8YKTi https://t.co/hLZgktCoNh


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:54pm
RT @pewresearch: In 20 countries, a quarter or more of people polled say a strong leader without constraints is a good way to govern https:…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:52pm
RT @japoushter: Committed to representative democracy: 🇸🇪52% 🇩🇪48% 🇳🇱47% 🇬🇷44% 🇨🇦44% 🇺🇸40% 🇮🇹37% 🇬🇧36% 🇫🇷35% 🇪🇸34% 🇵🇱31% 🇭🇺18% https://t.co

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:37pm
There’s widespread backing globally for citizens having a direct vote on major national issues… https://t.co/j0BAYrmsMM

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:17pm
33% of Republicans say a strong leader who can govern w/o interference from other branches of gov't is a good thing https://t.co/taflS5Xs7f

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 12:56pm
People in high-growth rate countries are more likely to trust their national government https://t.co/3psHCgsNxt https://t.co/ZgSmTbrEVm


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 12:43pm
People on the ideological right in many countries are more supportive of rule by a strong leader without constraint… https://t.co/5fYEH6HZB5

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 12:25pm
Few people worldwide have a lot of trust in their government https://t.co/tbH8JFRWjm https://t.co/jjM5P2Szkk


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 11:43am
About a quarter of people across 38 countries are committed to democracy, but 47% are less committed… https://t.co/il5LXziz1F

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 11:27am
Globally, people with less education are more likely to support military rule https://t.co/vmRlY2xmjc https://t.co/PF3odmRTHw


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 11:18am
Russia has the lowest percentage of people committed to representative democracy (7%) among 38 countries surveyed… https://t.co/n4PNvBKtlD

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 11:08am
Many people around the world would entertain political systems that are inconsistent with liberal democracy… https://t.co/nSPea0Iai9

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 11:01am
Those in more democratic, wealthier nations are more committed to representative democracy https://t.co/ikVa5gLYR7 https://t.co/73iUuc6Qy0


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:53am
In high-income countries, many people would consider nondemocratic alternatives to government… https://t.co/BtaJb9x10k

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:42am
People in Latin America are particularly unhappy with the way democracy is working in their countries… https://t.co/cLmhylK5jT

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:35am
In 20 countries, a quarter or more of people polled say a strong leader without constraints is a good way to govern… https://t.co/lmzpBF4TU6

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:28am
RT @RichardWike: New report shows broad global support for democracy but many are also willing to consider nondemocratic alternatives https…

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:20am
.@pewglobal rounds up our new findings which indicate there are reasons for calm (and concern) when it comes to dem… https://t.co/4AnG0N4LFy

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:10am
Commitment to representative democracy is strongest in North America and Europe https://t.co/r2GBub6iDS https://t.co/KlXpJ8JEqf


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 10:02am
NEW: Broad support globally for representative & direct democracy, but many also endorse nondemocratic alternatives… https://t.co/8HXJ1kPr6w

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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 8:35am
27% of U.S. adults now identify as spiritual but not religious, up from 19% in 2012 https://t.co/5L5B6uJk1P https://t.co/ouKqMzPItN


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1 day ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 7:09am
How people in the Asia-Pacific region view China: Key findings ahead of 19th National Congress… https://t.co/EGwDhDtzDp

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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 6:01am
As Baby Boomers retire, immigrants will play the primary role in the future growth of the US working-age population… https://t.co/MhMN8UNxTv

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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 4:27am
Where Protestants and Catholics live in Western Europe: https://t.co/IpLFFhg0Nf https://t.co/31ZApdApRk


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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:28am
RT @pewglobal: India and China are the top sources of foreign college graduates working in the U.S. in recent years https://t.co/2DG7m3Sch6

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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:15am
An increasing number of refugees to the U.S. are from Middle Eastern and African countries. https://t.co/QhJ7pRNE11 https://t.co/D5MTiVrkn7


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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 2:07am
More than 80 countries around the world favor a specific religion, either officially or unofficially… https://t.co/SyyxioDgPU

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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:30am
RT @pewglobal: MAP: Globally, more name U.S. than China as world’s leading economic power https://t.co/jHPZLjzl10 https://t.co/y1DV45lwXE


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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 1:00am
RT @pewglobal: Negative views of Muslims are common in several European nations, especially in the east and south https://t.co/1UErPXQ1a6 h…

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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 16 - 12:03am
The early days of Donald Trump’s presidency have been an anxious time for many Muslim Americans… https://t.co/o7QOqwz45V

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2 days ago:   Sunday Oct 15 - 9:17pm
71% of Americans say a man should be able to support a family financially; 32% say this of women… https://t.co/wGP7qlSY1l

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2 days ago:   Sunday Oct 15 - 6:05pm
Donald Trump’s approval ratings are highest among those Americans who see no societal advantages for whites… https://t.co/jRiKcRkqFw

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2 days ago:   Sunday Oct 15 - 3:17pm
The share of Democratic voters who describe their views as liberal is now 20 percentage points higher than in 2000… https://t.co/4crJdDwsNK

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2 days ago:   Sunday Oct 15 - 2:52pm
RT @pewglobal: Trends on U.S. image and confidence in the U.S. president in Russia, Israel, Germany, and Mexico https://t.co/20Dybdpx66 htt…

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2 days ago:   Sunday Oct 15 - 1:02pm
Many social media news users still get news from more traditional platforms https://t.co/JKNyryG53a https://t.co/nEfZAeCW10


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