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26 minutes ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:34pm
The Democratic Party has maintained a strong advantage among Black voters, according to over two decades of polling. Black voters have also recorded comparatively high turnout rates relative to other major racial and ethnic groups in recent elections. https://t.co/ZZXPBrOCHJ https://t.co/4TweuAdcFY


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2 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 8:11pm
The shares of mothers and fathers who are working fell from 2019 to 2020, but the falloff has been comparable for each group, our analysis found. https://t.co/yBbSZ5jH4A https://t.co/o9M5nXdYiA


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4 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 6:06pm
In a half-dozen states, including the battlegrounds of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, processing ballots can’t legally start until Election Day itself. https://t.co/F06ssO176Q https://t.co/aoAgOjU2Gd


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6 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 4:17pm
Fewer mothers and fathers in U.S. are working due to COVID-19 downturn; those at work have cut hours https://t.co/dKhMjGPUdP https://t.co/BmCq5peEWT


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7 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 3:55pm
RT @DMediaguy: Start your Saturday morning with @pewresearch's weekly roundup. This week: What do ##Trump and #Biden supporters say is "very important?"; A primer on what happens after the polls close; What % of Americans will vote a straight ticket? https://t.co/eaZFvQ5m1P https://t.co/8fM8c7RClZ


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7 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 3:45pm
RT @kim_c_parker: A lot has been written about the impact COVID-19 has had on the work lives of U.S. mothers. Our new analysis shows it's had a similar impact on working fathers https://t.co/ng40BUKULV https://t.co/lMBqfmpc6E


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7 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 3:19pm
RT @RakeshKochhar: A slightly greater share of mothers than fathers left the labor force in the COVID-19 downturn, but, among those at work, fathers reduced their work hours a bit more https://t.co/xFyHGGKh3I https://t.co/dZXpmmQnym


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7 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 3:19pm
RT @FactTank: Sign up for our weekly email roundup of all new @pewresearch content here: https://t.co/P7CRU2AsL4 https://t.co/MmSsKAcK18


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8 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 2:46pm
RT @MichaelDimock: .@pewresearch has been busy churning out valuable insights on the #2020Election from voters' expectations for the election process to views of the presidential candidates to a portrait of the changing U.S. electorate. See our latest research here: https://t.co/Ft7IfHSRMb

Pew Research Center
8 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 2:23pm
U.S.-based foreign policy experts surveyed give China high marks for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with 61% saying China did a good job compared with only 31% of the American public saying the same. https://t.co/U6aRk1Cxbg https://t.co/aw8uSbEEfW


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8 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 2:03pm
RT @PewReligion: If she is confirmed, Amy Coney Barrett will be the sixth Catholic justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. Eight facts about Catholics and abortion: https://t.co/hWx6CT4NdB https://t.co/PqbbKWy2cG


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:43pm
Just 14% of international relations scholars surveyed say terrorism is a major threat to the U.S.; 69% of the U.S. public says this. Also, a median of 66% across 14 countries say terrorism is a major threat, a much higher reading than among the scholars. https://t.co/U6aRk1Cxbg https://t.co/WEYcUEPrmd


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:31pm
RT @Moira_EF: NEW on @FactTank: we compared the views of US-based IR scholars with those of the general public: experts see the threats facing the US and how countries have handled #COVID19 very differently. Thanks to @trip_irsurvey for lending us their expert data! https://t.co/JyTMzIVhLL https://t.co/30Ggx4p2Uc


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:25pm
RT @c_deane: "Americans have gotten used to their election nights coming off like a well-produced game show, with the big reveal coming before bedtime (a few exceptions...notwithstanding). In truth, they’ve never been quite as simple or straightforward as they appeared"https://t.co/vNUQkNuLmY https://t.co/S8o8L9jVmh


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:24pm
RT @RichardWike: New @FactTank post highlights differences between general publics & IR scholars on international threats @trip_irsurvey https://t.co/3IXsTTtV2M https://t.co/9yrFJDeA2a


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:07pm
NEW: U.S.-based international relations experts' assessment of the current crises facing the world are often at odds with those of the U.S. general public. https://t.co/U6aRk1Cxbg https://t.co/FEbsG9pkeB


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10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:06pm
RT @jensmanuel: Looking for data on eligible voters? We have it for: -Black voters in swing states -Latinos in FL -By race/ethnicity in all 50 states+DC, 2000-18 -Asian Americans -Immigrants -Latinos -Plus: Latinos voter interactive map for 50 states+DC. Links to follow 1/

Pew Research Center
10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:06pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Among Republicans, sizable gender differences in views of policies aimed at reducing effects of climate change. #Debates2020 https://t.co/swNB5YzY9m https://t.co/PaHEnuSXiV


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Pew Research Center
10 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:06pm
RT @japoushter: U.S. foreign policy experts have different threat perceptions than the American public. They are less worried about terrorism and more worried about climate change. New analysis with @Moira_EF and some excellent data from @trip_irsurvey https://t.co/H2qdXnGzei https://t.co/1PUs8K98YF


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Pew Research Center
12 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:37am
Here’s our guide to what happens *after* the polls close on election night. Keeping these details in mind may help you make sense of what promises to be an election night like no other. https://t.co/s8XWxx6KRd

Pew Research Center
12 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:09am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: - Final debate moderator Kristen Welker praised for performance - Trump releases unedited ‘60 Minutes’ interview - Quibi to shut down after 6 months of service & more: https://t.co/Eee0uNktjY

Pew Research Center
12 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:09am
RT @FactTank: In a half-dozen states, including the battlegrounds of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, processing ballots can’t legally start until Election Day itself. https://t.co/pQ5ZFZb59o https://t.co/Iw71tjKpX9


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15 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 7:13am
The median household income of the U.S. Black electorate is about two-thirds that of that country’s entire eligible voter population – $40,300 vs. $62,000. The median incomes of Black households also differ significantly among battleground states. https://t.co/6u5XwQOA2k https://t.co/6ztEB2pWe7


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23 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 11:34pm
Overwhelming shares of voters who are supporting Trump and Biden say they are also supporting the same-party candidate for Senate. https://t.co/rnQx3Eo8Hi https://t.co/m6QlBgr0XU


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:38pm
RT @jocelynkiley: Nearly nine-in-ten of both those planning to vote for Biden and those planning to vote for Trump say that their candidate, if elected, should focus on the needs of all Americans even it it means disappointing some of his supporters. #debates2020 https://t.co/c4tLe2H1uS https://t.co/JJHtaUnkwd


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:29pm
Solar and wind power use has grown at a rapid rate over the past decade or so, but as of 2018 those sources accounted for less than 4% of all the energy used in the U.S. #Debates2020 https://t.co/EO69eKHodB

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:28pm
For Biden supporters, climate change is among several high-priority issues this election. Trump voters place low importance on the issue. #Debates2020 https://t.co/8GW9zpSlJC https://t.co/VFE2KDaMAq


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:25pm
RT @apconnaughton: Across 13 advanced economies, those on the left are more likely to show concern about climate change than those on the right. The gap is highest in the U.S. #Debates2020 @pewresearch https://t.co/YgfmqPsQFP https://t.co/XG8nNGJwOl


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:24pm
Registered voters supporting Joe Biden and Donald Trump have very different perspectives on the issue of climate change. #Debates2020 https://t.co/Oc3CdwOrZM https://t.co/1MjnvVIXYe


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:22pm
% change in federal prison population, by president (Coolidge to Obama) #Debates2020 https://t.co/L9Qgj0JHiW https://t.co/xdkJkQZ2rg


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:19pm
A 55% majority of U.S. adults express at least some support for the Black Lives Matter movement, according to our September survey. That was down from 67% in June. #Debates2020 https://t.co/4JnnJm6O1m

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:15pm
The U.S. imprisonment rate is at its lowest level in more than two decades. The greatest decline has come among Black Americans, whose imprisonment rate has decreased 34% since 2006. #Debates2020 https://t.co/BJbEhFY0Ay https://t.co/2zxdoVYBlj


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:13pm
RT @jmhorowitz78: A majority of Black men – and 32% of Black women – say they have been unfairly stopped by police. https://t.co/MFnXzgw2a6 #PresidentialDebate2020 https://t.co/S4TLwfXAdR


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:12pm
49% of U.S. adults now say the country hasn’t gone far enough when it comes to Black people having equal rights with White people, up from 45% in early 2019. Among Black Americans, an even larger share says this is the case today (86%). #Debates2020 https://t.co/uyDqFqL09H https://t.co/VC8LLslbwV


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:10pm
Many Americans are skeptical that this moment of racial reckoning will lead to major changes in the United States. #Debates2020 https://t.co/x3rjLRkQmS

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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:06pm
74% of U.S. adults said in our June survey that they favor granting permanent legal status to immigrants who came illegally to the U.S. when they were children, with the strongest support coming from Democrats and Hispanics. #Debates2020 https://t.co/vGvICHQ4KW https://t.co/bpNYGKwP9h


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:04pm
How border apprehensions, ICE arrests and deportations have changed under Donald Trump #Debates2020 https://t.co/D247ru4Wi4 https://t.co/rimM3IcXbN


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:01pm
Public support for the economic aid package passed by Congress this past spring was substantially higher than support for the 2009 stimulus plan. #Debates2020 https://t.co/VLeexyOjBo https://t.co/pn1jct16Wp


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:57pm
Few in U.S. owned stocks outside of 401(k)s in 2019, fewer said market had a big impact on their view of economy #Debates2020 https://t.co/DBYHnIZsNM

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:55pm
Very liberal Democrats are far more likely than liberal Democrats and moderate/conservative Democrats to say health insurance should be provided by a single government program. #Debates2020 https://t.co/FkCvrCWI6y https://t.co/rrISB56i7Z


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:51pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: Last September, 37% of middle-income Americans and 55% of lower-income Americans said they worried every day or almost every day about the cost of their health care https://t.co/2uaFqkqGfq https://t.co/GJy1BhSBxF


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:50pm
Since last year, there has been an increase – especially among Democrats – in the share of Americans who say health insurance should be provided by a single national program run by the government. #Debates2020 https://t.co/ZPeDFTXo4O https://t.co/cXsj4gHJua


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:48pm
A majority of Americans say the federal government has a responsibility to make sure all Americans have health care coverage. #Debates2020 https://t.co/7eV4sOozWr

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:46pm
South Koreans’ confidence in Donald Trump more than doubled from 2017 to 2018 and remained at that level in 2019. In 2020, ratings declined back to their 2017 low: 17% of Koreans said Trump would do the right thing regarding world affairs. #Debates2020 https://t.co/yPiEqovCAb https://t.co/Garuhcn9pH


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:41pm
Half of Americans say the U.S. should hold China accountable for its role in the coronavirus outbreak, even if it means worsening bilateral relations. #Debates2020 https://t.co/GndWEUMDo7 https://t.co/MDmtifISoA


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:35pm
In our June survey, more Americans said Trump has a responsibility to publicly release his tax returns (56%) than said he does not have this responsibility (42%). #Debates2020 https://t.co/LBKwMWSiGK https://t.co/eNBkVSJnTJ


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:31pm
Confidence in the federal government’s efforts to protect election systems has declined among members of both parties since October 2018. But Republicans remain far more likely than Democrats to express confidence. #Debates2020 https://t.co/jWiBslsjTk https://t.co/PGzdVUzkcG


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:28pm
Three-quarters of U.S. adults say it is very or somewhat likely that Russia or other foreign governments will attempt to influence the presidential election, according to our August survey. #Debates2020 https://t.co/OabHbGvw3P

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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:21pm
59% of U.S. parents with lower incomes say their child may face digital obstacles in schoolwork #Debates2020 https://t.co/sw3cxq2lyG

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:17pm
RT @jocelynkiley: 24% of Trump supporters say the coronavirus outbreak is a very important issue to their vote. 82% of Biden supporters say this. #Debates2020 https://t.co/R7sCjJrLZo

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:15pm
Most people in the 14 countries surveyed by @pewglobal this summer rate China more positively than the U.S. in its handling of the coronavirus pandemic. #Debates2020 https://t.co/IBca1SB6Wu https://t.co/Xfxq7xBc65


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:11pm
The share of Americans who say they would get vaccinated for the coronavirus has declined sharply since earlier this year. #Debates2020 https://t.co/bJY0xFXHS6 https://t.co/oOSGEF4arG


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:10pm
RT @mhugolopez: According to our early October poll, 57% of U.S. registered voters say they are confident Biden can handle the public health impact of the coronavirus outbreak; 40% say the same about Trump. https://t.co/XOdycvm2AB @pewresearch #Debates2020 https://t.co/SzlsCBXC8w


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:09pm
Americans give the U.S. comparatively low marks for its handling of the coronavirus pandemic – and people in other nations tend to agree with that negative assessment. #Debates2020 https://t.co/NZcTVkHHWR

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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:07pm
Republicans are much more likely than Democrats to say the U.S. has controlled the COVID-19 outbreak as much as it could have and that it has been overblown. #Debates2020 https://t.co/aMo0BEKZou https://t.co/2smH20aLSL


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:04pm
RT @gottfriedjeff: Watching #Debates2020 tonight? 75% of U.S. adults now say they are following news about the 2020 presidential candidates “very” or “fairly” closely, up from 66% just a month ago. https://t.co/68QUSYm1sf https://t.co/dEzeYQ2Deq


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 8:59pm
TV viewership of presidential and vice presidential debates, 1960-2016 #Debates2020 https://t.co/7mt7ZmqA5E https://t.co/jXNlRqv3Td


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 8:53pm
RT @FactTank: Here’s our guide to what happens after the polls close on a presidential election night, from how and when votes are cast and counted, to the roles of the electors and Congress. https://t.co/pQ5ZFZb59o https://t.co/cg6gGoLz2M


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 8:11pm
In states where there is a Senate contest, voters overall are roughly evenly divided in their support: 45% support the Democratic Senate candidate in their state, while 43% support the Republican candidate. https://t.co/NZ34XyMDJj https://t.co/99gW0fgSQy


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 6:06pm
RT @PewHispanic: Latinos make up the highest share of eligible voters in New Mexico (43%), California (30%), Texas (30%), Arizona (24%) and Florida (20%) https://t.co/EanSKGVwMz https://t.co/2jDtP2Ebei


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 5:37pm
Although election workers in at least 32 states can start processing ballots (but not, in most cases, counting them) a week or more before Election Day, these counts may not be finished by election night depending on how many come in. https://t.co/HsR5I3Vpnk https://t.co/cQ2pPpiY4Z


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 5:03pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: In 2000 Bush v. Gore election, only half (!) of voters said it 'really mattered' who won the presidency. In August, 83% expressed that view - highest in 2 decades. #Debates2020 #Debatenight https://t.co/nCwJQeKJTr https://t.co/ZK4xVuNrpL


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 4:17pm
Trump supporters and Biden supporters living in districts with an opposite-party incumbent are slightly more likely to split their tickets than those living in districts with a same-party incumbent or an open-seat contest. https://t.co/t0QZmUsvmU https://t.co/jnRSJuKpdn


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 4:09pm
NEW: We’ve developed an election explainer to help people understand how, and why, the complex U.S. electoral process is even more so this time around. Here’s what happens after the polls close in a U.S. presidential election. https://t.co/HsR5I3Vpnk https://t.co/SBLidfMJar


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:29pm
Black, Asian and Hispanic mothers saw a greater decrease in the shares who were at work in the COVID-19 downturn than White mothers. Among fathers, Black and Hispanic fathers saw a greater decrease in the share employed than White and Asian fathers. https://t.co/V1KovKTJuu https://t.co/WqUxbFEXen


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:02pm
RT @cytamir: DYK: In 2018 - before the current protests in Nigeria 🇳🇬: -60% were not satisfied with the state of their democracy -72% said the statement "most politicians are corrupt" describes the country well For more, check out the post: https://t.co/lp7h4c12Yj

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 2:38pm
NEW: In the first six months of the pandemic, the workplace engagement of mothers and fathers with children younger than 18 at home has been affected about equally, our analysis found. https://t.co/QssPy6ilSR https://t.co/ZHWLsxcGsW


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 2:23pm
Among all registered voters, Democrats hold an edge in congressional elections, with 46% of voters saying they will vote (or have already voted) for the Democratic candidate in their district and 40% saying they support the Republican candidate. https://t.co/6hlSKAoLxp https://t.co/ym4z1poN8W


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:43pm
Voters with a bachelor’s degree or more education are much more likely to vote a straight Democratic ticket than are those with less education. https://t.co/TfcHdQvkD2 https://t.co/D1VhyqZRXu


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:40am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: U.S. labels six additional Chinese media companies as foreign missions, FCC lawyer says the regulator can interpret rules governing social media content moderation & more: https://t.co/54mrHVQNCJ

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 10:37am
Among voters living in states with Senate races, most voters say they plan to vote either a straight Democratic ticket (42%) or a straight Republican ticket (38%); just 4% plan to split their ticket. https://t.co/rRAkcKAgLO https://t.co/z8xQpGexrf


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 9:28am
RT @johngramlich: Some context for Obama's outreach to Black voters in Philadelphia yesterday: 65% of Pennsylvania's ~1 million Black eligible voters live in the Philly metro area. https://t.co/22T8kQ8PhS https://t.co/Zbgat02Yu7


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 8:35am
White voters are substantially more likely than voters of other racial and ethnic backgrounds to vote for Republican candidates in both the congressional and presidential elections. https://t.co/4lHAexwFVJ https://t.co/hWNeWZu6OF


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 6:01am
While men and women agree on the importance of the economy, Supreme Court appointments and foreign policy as priorities for their vote, women are much more likely than men to say abortion and health care are very important to their vote for president. https://t.co/nICFW7pdeh https://t.co/FP2fqOB8pj


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:07am
There are sizable differences among registered voters of different racial and ethnic groups on whether issues such as the coronavirus outbreak and health care are very important to their vote in this presidential election. https://t.co/5yml0bFgxH https://t.co/CaN71sufmt


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:03am
In our 2018 survey, Instagram ranked as the second most popular platform among American teens. 72% of U.S. teens said they used Instagram, and 15% said they used it “most often.” https://t.co/3U0rfeX1OL https://t.co/qgv6tq55SD


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 10:34pm
The share of U.S. adults who say they have ever used Instagram has grown from 9% in 2012, when we first began asking about the platform, to today, when 37% of Americans say they have used it. https://t.co/3U0rfeX1OL https://t.co/1pygV4IDed


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 8:11pm
RT @johngramlich: "There is evidence that when the public is told that a candidate is extremely likely to win, some people may be less likely to vote." One of several useful insights about election polling in this explainer from @pewmethods. https://t.co/n7zPiAvvHY

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 6:06pm
64% of Americans say social media have a mostly negative effect on the way things are going in the U.S. today https://t.co/knEubxN541 https://t.co/gLSfFLGx2C


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 5:07pm
Black eligible voters make up varying shares of the electorate in the battleground states. In Georgia, the state’s 2.4 million Black eligible voters make up 32% of the electorate, the highest share among these nine states. https://t.co/J93oKiXP6r https://t.co/YJbp6MbbWU


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:44pm
RT @FactTank: Across most of the nine battleground states we analyzed, a majority of Black eligible voters live in the top three largest metropolitan areas in the state. https://t.co/fXri1StfSY https://t.co/u81hDMmafs


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:17pm
The share of voters casting a straight-ticket Republican ballot increases steadily with age. https://t.co/CXn5tE3i4B https://t.co/sbVLDkLqKm


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 3:33pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW from @pewresearch: Where do the nation's Black voters live? See https://t.co/iqG2VouAxD @pewresearch

Pew Research Center
2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 3:31pm
RT @johngramlich: % of registered voters (by race/ethnicity) who say the coronavirus outbreak is "very important" to their vote this year Black: 82% Hispanic: 63% White: 49% https://t.co/U3BXJHCEg6 https://t.co/xGj0yIqD4G


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 3:12pm
NEW: The number of Black Americans eligible to vote for president has reached a record 30 million in 2020, with more than one-third living in nine of the nation’s most competitive states. https://t.co/PN4LVvKjeL https://t.co/s6Ld9HSgkg


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 3:06pm
Among U.S. registered voters, 74% say the economy is a very important issue to their vote in the presidential election, while majorities also rate health care (65%), Supreme Court appointments (63%) and the coronavirus outbreak (55%) as very important. https://t.co/z0z5pVuecn https://t.co/3ROWfb48Lh


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:53pm
Straight-ticket voting mirrors presidential voting patterns. Men are more likely than women to vote for Republican candidates in both the House and presidential elections, while women are more likely to support Democratic candidates in both. https://t.co/TId11NPEmZ https://t.co/1HrK5OiVcd


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:50pm
RT @HSHartig: since august, the share of Trump voters who say #COVID19 is 'very important' to their vote in the 2020 presidential election has declined sharply (39% then, 24% today) NEW: https://t.co/Fc3tOm6ZYE https://t.co/hJTi0AxBeK


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:45pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: A good reminder: very few voters plan to split their ticket this election. Just 4% plan to support a Senate candidate from the opposing party as their presidential choice (same share plan to split ticket for house candidates) https://t.co/tBwETy9wq2 https://t.co/TfzMYEjY0X


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:38pm
Only 4% of registered voters say they plan to vote for Biden and the Republican candidate for House in their district or Donald Trump and the Democratic House candidate, little changed from four years ago. https://t.co/9BFaQBN6or https://t.co/Cda0pFX70J


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:31pm
RT @B_radJ_ones: Our latest analysis looks at down-ballot choices among voters. As it was in 2016, the share of voters who plan to (or already have) cast a Rep/Dem ballot is very small. https://t.co/tu8Ab3tcoB

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:29pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: NEW Of six issues asked about, fewer Trump voters - just 24% - cite the coronavirus as 'very important' to their vote than any other of the others. It's not even close: Next lowest is health care at 44%. https://t.co/Lb0h3qEpFo

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:22pm
Just 4% of registered voters in states with a Senate contest say they will “split their ticket” in November’s election by supporting Donald Trump or Joe Biden and a Senate candidate from the opposing party. https://t.co/zUOQ2bRRyt https://t.co/AYztYBHv3u


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:18pm
RT @lauraruthsilver: Huge gulf between partisans on the importance of COVID-19 to their vote: 82% of Biden supporters say the coronavirus will be very important to their vote compared with 24% of Trump supporters. Among Trump supporters, this is down 15 points since August https://t.co/eN21Mk2vbv

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 2:11pm
NEW: In an era of increasing partisanship, split-ticket voting continues to be rare in U.S. politics. https://t.co/KzL3cvIQop

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 1:11pm
NEW: Less than two weeks before Election Day, those who support Donald Trump and Joe Biden differ widely on the importance of several issues – and the gap over the importance of the coronavirus outbreak has widened considerably since August. https://t.co/Lw0rhfey9V https://t.co/TpwqlOYFPA


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 12:43pm
RT @johngramlich: Even when they live in the same kinds of places, Democrats and Republicans differ over whether those places are urban, suburban or rural. Dems tend to choose the denser option (eg, suburban over rural), Reps the sparser option (eg, rural over suburban). https://t.co/MIh1dit1A8 https://t.co/nZvlPBZFNH


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 11:35am
RT @brookeauxier: #DYK? Instagram turned 10 this month! Over the years, @pewresearch has studied how American adults – as well as teens and children – engage with the platform. Here are eight key takeaways from our research. https://t.co/tShKKnyUqw

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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 11:35am
RT @pewglobal: Many of the countries surveyed in 2002 and 2019 have seen a double-digit increase in acceptance of homosexuality https://t.co/v2Iejlwdue https://t.co/1ZAnmbPgD4


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 11:21am
NEW: Instagram has grown in popularity since its launch 10 years ago this month. Here are eight key takeaways from our research into the platform. https://t.co/3U0rfeX1OL https://t.co/GIyjzTNYzs


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