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Pew Research Center
9 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 12:35am
U.S. household growth over last decade was the lowest ever recorded https://t.co/1rqyAB5HtT https://t.co/dFVdheDsT0


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11 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 10:34pm
Are you in the global middle class? Find out with our income calculator https://t.co/0GOURHj1rF https://t.co/qyTgHsSW1E


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15 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 7:13pm
From August 2020: Key findings about U.S. immigrants https://t.co/ExvN026nRu https://t.co/DNgITZDHnv


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Pew Research Center
18 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 4:17pm
A median of 39% across 17 publics surveyed believe there are fundamental disagreements over basic facts in their society. https://t.co/fVMBXfHGP4 https://t.co/jQhRN8vX7e


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18 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 3:59pm
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Pew Research Center
20 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 2:03pm
While race is important to many Black Americans’ personal identities and faith, large numbers of Black Americans are open to increased diversity of historically Black congregations. https://t.co/9kmluqKsqm https://t.co/KnraQc06Kn


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21 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 12:43pm
RT @PewReligion: The majority of Black Protestants – regardless of the race of their congregations – along with Black Catholics and other Christians say that opposing racism is essential to what being a Christian means to them. https://t.co/ZNqAUDjfm0 https://t.co/mT93UQeYGY


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22 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 12:17pm
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Facebook is planning to rebrand with a new name - CNN's John King says he has multiple sclerosis in a conversation about COVID-19 vaccines - James and Kathryn Murdoch near deal to form a new climate reporting hub at the AP & more: https://t.co/3RkeF4Fqwr

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 6:01am
Two-thirds of Black adults say being Black is a very important part of how they think about themselves. Black Protestants (70%) are somewhat more likely than Catholics (60%) and the religiously unaffiliated (62%) to say this. https://t.co/9kmluqKsqm https://t.co/pf5OC5C6xn


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 12:35am
Decoded: Why do some open-ended survey questions result in higher item nonresponse rates than others? https://t.co/cPlNiqVN5P https://t.co/G0tFVhLfP5


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 10:34pm
Slow household growth has played out differently across the states and the District of Columbia. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia had double-digit growth since 2010, with Utah leading the nation (20%). https://t.co/vG5w9qMAiL https://t.co/LszvG0wh5J


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 7:13pm
In historically Black Protestant churches, regular attenders more likely to have received COVID-19 shot https://t.co/r0UtPv7qTO https://t.co/kKDBJHa9i7


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:17pm
71% of Black religiously unaffiliated adults say that opposing racism is essential to their sense of morality. https://t.co/9kmluqKsqm https://t.co/gOJ3xu31up


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 2:03pm
In the U.S., there are large political divisions on most of the measures of societal conflict included in our survey. https://t.co/xVFQA9sTON https://t.co/t3fidVAdQY


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 12:43pm
% of Black Americans who say __ is essential to what being a faithful or moral person means to them: • Opposing racism: 75% • Believing in God: 73% • Attending religious services regularly: 32% https://t.co/9kmluqKsqm https://t.co/YNRmg2d7V9


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 12:14pm
RT @alec_h_tyson: Tune in at noon today for a conversation featuring @pewresearch data on climate change with @pewscience director @surveyfunk and Center colleagues, lead by @laurahelmuth ⬇️ https://t.co/QPWXNLhsB6

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:48am
RT @PewReligion: % of Black Americans who say each would be very important if they were looking for a new congregation: • The congregation is welcoming: 80% • The senior leaders share your race or ethnicity: 14% • Most of the people share your race or ethnicity: 13% https://t.co/NMTiE9yBHI https://t.co/zDip4Vrc2a


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:34am
RT @kianacoxphd: NEW from me and @PewReligion: Across religious groups, a majority of Black Americans say opposing racism is an essential part of their faith https://t.co/qy4P9CQGUJ

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:01am
NEW: Across religious groups, a majority of Black Americans say opposing racism is an essential part of their faith https://t.co/9kmluqKsqm https://t.co/zqd8SKFGcE


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 10:00am
RT @Moira_EF: In 2018 (our most recent data on this question in Russia), 43% of Russians said global climate change was a major threat to their country https://t.co/8Ak4zd4gkx https://t.co/KjSBvn9HYF

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 9:35am
Report from @PewReligion: Most Americans Who Go to Religious Services Say They Would Trust Their Clergy’s Advice on COVID-19 Vaccines https://t.co/KDgOx2Jdk6 https://t.co/yu4VOUzf0W


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 6:01am
Want to better understand how surveys work? We’ve got an email course for you https://t.co/niWiqkShq7 https://t.co/Y8YbfU6O6L


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 12:35am
Report from @pewglobal: Diversity and Division in Advanced Economies https://t.co/3av5GNBGol https://t.co/SG5v7UkhG1


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 10:34pm
U.S. household growth over last decade was the lowest ever recorded https://t.co/isZD01xcLc https://t.co/x8hSXjYhJd


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 7:13pm
Americans see stronger societal conflicts than people in other advanced economies https://t.co/wUgkdTZMQc https://t.co/0izzAxz4Jj


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 4:17pm
67% of Americans perceive a rise in extreme weather, but partisans differ over government efforts to address it https://t.co/4Ls4gHY28z https://t.co/CdSxRjZWU0


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 2:03pm
18 U.S. states had household growth of 5% or less since 2010, with West Virginia as the only state to experience a decline in the number of households (-3%). https://t.co/QsY2DPpBrC https://t.co/W81QRTEa1x


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Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 12:43pm
Among all U.S. adults who regularly attend religious services, 61% trust their religious leaders to provide guidance on the vaccines. https://t.co/FSdNsejegy https://t.co/bZA7HuMGba


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 10:21am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Internal documents show Facebook’s engineers have doubts about the platform’s AI - Sinclair TV stations disrupted after apparent ransomware attacks - Noah Shachtman’s plans to revive Rolling Stone https://t.co/GL8ESI6gqX

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 9:35am
With #COP26 approaching, take a look at our materials on climate, energy and environment: https://t.co/t8IrgDeFT0

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 6:01am
More U.S. adults say churches and religious organizations mostly bring people together rather than push people apart (52% vs. 19%) and 28% say they do neither. These figures are little changed since 2019 and 2017. https://t.co/xyh37JIMgM https://t.co/z8ltP4M3YQ


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 12:35am
Nearly three-quarters of Americans (74%) say that racial and ethnic discrimination is a serious problem in the U.S., compared with a 17-public median of 67% who say racial and ethnic discrimination is a serious problem in their societies. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/EG76oLtLRT


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 10:13pm
26% of U.S. adults say they have attended religious services in person in the last month. This is up from 17% who reported having attended in person as of March 2021, and from 13% who said they went to services in person in July 2020. https://t.co/5DcsVfvu8Z https://t.co/pV22Oq6iTj


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 8:58pm
Partisans in the U.S. are roughly equally likely to say that Americans disagree about basic facts. But Liberal Democrats (68%) are significantly more likely than moderate and conservative Democrats to say this. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/78nTadNvU8


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 5:09pm
The vast majority of U.S. adults who typically attend religious services or have gone in person in the past month (82%) now say they feel at least somewhat confident they could safely worship in person without catching or spreading the coronavirus. https://t.co/3Ogq7z0C9W https://t.co/wwqLWkGafd


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 2:00pm
The percentage of U.S. religious attenders who say their congregation is open to the public for services with some health restrictions in place as a result of the coronavirus (59%) is identical to the share who say this should be the case (59%). https://t.co/U495gkwY0r https://t.co/I3DupHeGcj


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Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 1:46pm
RT @johngramlich: Since March, the share of Republicans who say it's very or somewhat important to find and prosecute the Jan. 6 rioters has declined from 79% to 57%. No change among Democrats: 95% continue to say it's very or somewhat important. Full survey findings here: https://t.co/EnX691AhrU https://t.co/aSx32Ty58b

Pew Research Center
3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 12:02pm
Have you seen our materials on climate, energy and environment? Find them here before #COP26 begins: https://t.co/ptH82orCL7

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 10:10am
Among a set of possible infrastructure goals for the federal government, making structural improvements to roads and bridges ranks at the top of the list: 62% of Americans say this is very important to them personally. https://t.co/C3WcvOAXMO https://t.co/pSDGP4cFMH


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 8:08am
When it comes to conflict between people with different racial and ethnic backgrounds, 82% of Black Americans say there are very strong or strong conflicts, compared with around seven-in-ten White and Hispanic Americans. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/6XG3sacPRv


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 10:13pm
A median of 39% across 17 publics surveyed believe there are fundamental disagreements over basic facts in their society. https://t.co/dZNoGcmyzc https://t.co/NtGmO63r6S


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 8:50pm
Partisanship matters far more than other factors – including where people live – when it comes to Americans’ views about the country’s infrastructure and the government’s role in adaptation to risks from extreme weather. https://t.co/dSKEzdyDE2 https://t.co/A6RmY95GuV


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 5:09pm
A median of just 23% across 17 publics surveyed say there are strong or very strong conflicts between people who live in cities and people who live in rural areas. https://t.co/dSmInce6fH https://t.co/5uaH49U4bb


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 3:43pm
Nearly two-thirds of regular churchgoers in the historically Black Protestant tradition (64%) say that their pastors have encouraged people to get a COVID-19 vaccine. https://t.co/FSdNsejegy https://t.co/kCZuN8TyV9


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Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 2:00pm
With #COP26 approaching, take a look at our materials on climate, energy and environment: https://t.co/H0cWGXvRQ9

Pew Research Center
4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 12:02pm
A median of 50% across the 17 publics surveyed say there are strong conflicts between people who support different political parties. https://t.co/Wq1D2SHESO https://t.co/Yj9Z7jWRdG


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 10:10am
In the U.S., there are large political divisions on most of the measures of societal conflict included in our survey. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/uBYzehfTh5


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 8:08am
The U.S. is by far the most ideologically divided society on the question of racial and ethnic discrimination. 66% of Americans on the left say racial and ethnic discrimination in the U.S. is a very serious problem. Just 19% on the right hold that view. https://t.co/al4PiR06lh https://t.co/41W4ffZyDc


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:34pm
70% of U.S. adults now say that, in general, churches and other houses of worship should keep out of political matters, up from 63% the last time this question was asked in March of 2019. https://t.co/GlHL2NhCp9 https://t.co/djFxpbet9Q


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 7:13pm
39% of Democrats say religious organizations have done more harm than good when it comes to the way the U.S. has handled the coronavirus outbreak. This is compared with just 9% of Republicans who take the same position. https://t.co/WVJywHH3Gu https://t.co/hUgz6xmwTN


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:52pm
RT @GregSmith_Polls: New survey finds life in US religious congregations continues trending back to normal: in-person attendance is up sharply, virtual participation (i.e., watching services online/on TV) is down. https://t.co/g9M6IDOkVT https://t.co/2e1w5ELaUj


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:52pm
RT @pewscience: Ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference #COP26, we invite you to join our virtual event as we present our most recent public opinion data related to the threat of climate change and the measures needed to address it. @COP26 https://t.co/slIOgBDfrq

Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:17pm
There is a relatively high degree of trust in clergy to give advice on the coronavirus vaccines: 61% of U.S. congregants say they have at least “a fair amount” of confidence in their religious leaders to provide reliable guidance about getting a vaccine. https://t.co/lDqxzVVlOq https://t.co/WOAKIr4lNX


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 3:35pm
RT @johngramlich: Much has been written about the role of churches in boosting vaccination rates among Black Americans. New @pewreligion analysis finds that among Black Protestants, 82% of regular church attenders are vaccinated, compared with 60% of infrequent attenders. https://t.co/ZtGHOrbW72 https://t.co/WeQGK2iqky


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 3:02pm
RT @GregSmith_Polls: New survey finds that among US adults who normally attend religious services at least monthly, 64% say they have attended in-person services in last month. That's a big jump from earlier in pandemic (33% in July 2020, 42% in March 2021). https://t.co/g9M6IDOkVT https://t.co/HcYGqEaeey


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 2:43pm
For Americans overall, church attendance is not associated with a significantly higher or lower chance of having received a COVID-19 shot, but that’s not the case for members of the historically Black Protestant tradition. https://t.co/FSdNsejegy https://t.co/RYzeQAWaR3


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 2:03pm
Among evangelical Protestants, who have tended to be relatively skeptical towards vaccines, just 4% say their clergy have discouraged people from getting a vaccine. https://t.co/RUzhYmxYbY https://t.co/ENO7BVVkMy


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 1:00pm
25% of Americans say religious organizations have done more harm than good when it comes to the way the U.S. has handled the coronavirus outbreak. 22% say the opposite, while 52% say religious organizations have not made much difference. https://t.co/CYkTr9RD0S https://t.co/NN4UAJCjvB


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Pew Research Center
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 12:43pm
Growing shares of Americans are now attending religious services in person. Among those who typically attend services at least monthly, 64% report they have gone in person in the past month, the first time that has been the case since the pandemic began. https://t.co/F5gTpzYrao https://t.co/FoUjmpIujD


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 12:00pm
Black adults are more likely than White, Asian or Hispanic adults in the U.S. to say that churches and other houses of worship should express their views on political and social matters, with 40% saying this is something they support. https://t.co/zz9ctVFKEM https://t.co/ox3y0hSOTg


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 11:00am
54% of U.S. congregants, including 73% of evangelical Protestant churchgoers, say their clergy have not said much about COVID-19 vaccinations. https://t.co/mHFSXnNgnI https://t.co/A1f1Aq08Wh


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:45am
59% of U.S. religious attenders say that their house of worship is open for services, but with precautions in place to protect against COVID-19. 6% now say their congregation is closed entirely for in-person services, down from 17% who said this in March. https://t.co/eArivxJcC8 https://t.co/13mcEojLZI


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5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:34am
RT @_StephKramer: U.S. adults who regularly attend services at historically Black Protestant churches are more likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19 than coreligionists who go less often (82% vs 60). 1/ https://t.co/LK4PVZFjSz https://t.co/kL0CdrszCI


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:16am
NEW: In historically Black Protestant churches, regular attenders more likely to have received COVID-19 shot https://t.co/FSdNsejegy https://t.co/y8ndG0KOr3


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:15am
Among U.S. congregants who have heard from their clergy on coronavirus vaccines, far more say their religious leader has encouraged people to get vaccinated (39% of all attenders) than say their clergy has discouraged getting the shots (5%). https://t.co/aU0fKVzQep https://t.co/1WMNamlv4U


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:01am
NEW: As houses of worship continue to reopen, most U.S. adults who regularly attend religious services voice confidence in their clergy to provide guidance on coronavirus vaccines. https://t.co/0poimYfAMg

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 9:46am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today's News: Microsoft to shut down LinkedIn in China, Stewart Bainum Jr. to launch a new all-digital news outlet in Baltimore & more: https://t.co/osVHARRlFn

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 9:35am
Slow household growth has played out differently across the states and the District of Columbia. Fifteen states and the District of Columbia had double-digit growth since 2010, with Utah leading the nation (20%). https://t.co/QsY2DPpBrC https://t.co/DW3Yba8kTs


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 6:01am
Decoded: Why do some open-ended survey questions result in higher item nonresponse rates than others? https://t.co/Djd8PaQogX https://t.co/5fGC8GqIac


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 12:35am
Americans see stronger societal conflicts than people in other advanced economies https://t.co/LsSXBNDyCg https://t.co/HCizvrhHkB


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 10:34pm
When asked to think about the government’s role when it comes to building in areas at high risk from major storms, floods and wildfires, 62% of U.S. adults say they are more concerned that government will not go far enough in limiting new construction. https://t.co/8OOTQEG8xO https://t.co/hk45mOdvhd


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Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 7:13pm
Older Americans remain more likely than those who are younger to live in their own households, in part because incomes rise as people get older and they have more economic resources to set up their own household. https://t.co/QsY2DPpBrC https://t.co/D1ZMHxCRDP


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 5:06pm
73% of U.S. adults in the West South Central census division – an area hit hard by Tropical Storm Nicholas and Hurricane Ida – say they’ve experienced extreme weather within the past year. 59% say the same in the Mid-Atlantic region. https://t.co/AIeB9iiuUo https://t.co/A2oDmALxge


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 4:17pm
Nine-in-ten U.S. adults say there are conflicts between people who support different political parties, while an overall median of 50% say the same across all advanced economies surveyed. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/1FLKtLCLjf


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 3:57pm
RT @pewscience: 🚨 NEW: Two-thirds of Americans say extreme weather events across the country have been occurring more often than in the past. Far fewer say they’re happening about as often (28%), and only 4% say they are happening less often. https://t.co/f8zuiJz3D8 https://t.co/1j366x5Ysi


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 3:05pm
46% of U.S. adults say the area where they live has had an extreme weather event over the past 12 months. https://t.co/ThtLNYCwNr https://t.co/ZIUEH7K58E


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 2:04pm
NEW: 67% of Americans perceive a rise in extreme weather, but partisans differ over government efforts to address it https://t.co/wL5iFMqxYh https://t.co/mXreYrl6tz


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 1:58pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: A decade ago, a majority of Republicans had a positive view of the impact of colleges and universities on the US. This year, just 34% expressed positive views. Less change among Democrats - 76% positive this year. https://t.co/GhmGg1WqHg https://t.co/JhKqGH6jHM


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 1:58pm
RT @PewReligion: Democrats are more likely to see conflict between people who practice different religions than Republicans. https://t.co/XevgLwveZI https://t.co/SGms9FrTAf


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 1:57pm
RT @ColleenAMcClain: Great new Decoded post by my @pewmethods colleagues exploring how characteristics of open-ends on the American Trends Panel relate to item nonresponse. Worth a read for fellow methods nerds AND anyone following the many interesting findings we've reported from open-ends lately! https://t.co/OFkgNsrfiB

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 1:24pm
New on our methodology blog, Decoded: Why do some open-ended survey questions result in higher item nonresponse rates than others? https://t.co/1v8dqg4Wvy

Pew Research Center
6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:43pm
When it comes to racial and ethnic discrimination, a median of 67% across 17 advanced economies say it is a serious or very serious problem in their own society, though views vary widely. https://t.co/hYVJeyhC7c https://t.co/zNNOzIHH2P


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 9:35am
Pew Research Center invites you to join a virtual event ahead of @COP26 which will showcase our wide range of research – from our Science, U.S. Politics and Global teams – that highlights our most recent public opinion data related to climate change.#COP26 https://t.co/qCOuJRQ02A

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 9:32am
RT @pewjournalism: In today’s news: - Facebook to increase protections for journalists - ESPN reporter’s actions raise ethical questions - Katie Couric reveals she omitted portions of a quote from late Justice Ginsburg from her book & more: https://t.co/1SqkchxCV0

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 6:01am
The rate at which Americans are living in their own households declined over the past decade among younger and older adults alike, with the exception of those ages 55 to 64. https://t.co/QsY2DPpBrC https://t.co/Q1pUGXL1HV


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:35am
Younger respondents tend to say people of different backgrounds make their society a better place to live – but also tend to see more conflicts and discrimination in their society than older people. https://t.co/V9T9bgS542 https://t.co/k6yTDCsLWE


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 10:34pm
In the U.S., France and South Korea, at least a majority say that having people of many different backgrounds makes their society a better place to live. Still, these three countries stand out for the degree to which people perceive various conflicts. https://t.co/w7bq2tsdnn https://t.co/04lVtVuJjG


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 7:13pm
In some publics surveyed, there are majority shares who say when it comes to important issues facing their society, most people disagree on basic facts. https://t.co/8szuzytuAR https://t.co/E10Br59aeG


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 5:32pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: In September, much larger shares of the public favored than opposed both the infrastructure bill and the reconciliation funding package. Given the option, 29% said they were unsure about infrastructure bill, 25% about the reconciliation bill. https://t.co/pViMxjm94h https://t.co/9cPwrtuUv7


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 5:08pm
65% of U.S. adults say wind turbine farms have a better effect on the environment than other energy sources. But only 18% of adults see wind turbine farms as more reliable than other energy sources; 44% say they are less reliable. https://t.co/jcGAMT84aN https://t.co/LwSAoLkPpr


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:59pm
77% of U.S. adults favor expanding wind turbine farms, but Republican support has slipped in recent years, according to an April @pewscience survey: https://t.co/2rH1nuUaiQ https://t.co/zv8WFkEfC7

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:17pm
In 2020, there were 42.2 households for every 100 Hispanic adults and 41.9 households for every 100 Asian adults. White (53.3 households per 100 adults) and Black adults (55.0 households per 100 adults) were more likely to live in separate households. https://t.co/QsY2DPpBrC https://t.co/1My9gX793N


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 3:34pm
RT @pewscience: @pewresearch invites you to join a virtual event ahead of @COP26 which will showcase our wide range of research – from our Science, U.S. Politics and Global teams – that highlights our most recent public opinion data related to climate change. #COP26 https://t.co/LBCDvqXi7Y

Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 3:19pm
RT @RichardWike: Lots of interesting findings in new @pewglobal report Diversity and Division in Advanced Economies https://t.co/mvRFQoxIDb including this one on young people and views about diversity https://t.co/Vq6jOsL5L9


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 3:00pm
Overall, fewer people see strong religious conflicts in their society, compared with conflicts based on politics or race. A median of 36% across 17 publics say there are strong conflicts between people who practice different religions in their society. https://t.co/KDudE3W13a https://t.co/MDBUgfTdvH


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 2:03pm
In 8 of the 17 publics surveyed, at least half describe their society as one with conflicts between people of different racial or ethnic groups. The U.S. is the society with the largest share of the public saying there is racial or ethnic conflict. https://t.co/FJpeEMNkES https://t.co/GjgAwIt00R


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 1:00pm
People on the ideological left are often more likely to say diversity improves their societies, as well as to describe discrimination as a problem. https://t.co/fghfrcGsZB https://t.co/mpx04uz8q7


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:43pm
Majorities across 17 advanced economies say having people of many different backgrounds, such as different ethnic groups, religions and races, makes their society a better place to live. https://t.co/iHVEaTnblT https://t.co/1VrZwotKtz


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:00pm
About half of Greek and Japanese adults say that having a diverse society makes their country a worse place to live. Still, this represents significant declines from 2017, when majorities said diversity makes their country a worse place to live. https://t.co/DHwTWnskFw https://t.co/Zioo3ZMLgu


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Pew Research Center
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:43am
A large majority of Americans say there are strong political and strong racial and ethnic conflicts in the U.S. and that most people disagree on basic facts. https://t.co/ahw5U1TiKW https://t.co/FRVvl7pkCk


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