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4 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 10:34pm
Among workers in four industries who say the responsibilities of their job can mainly be done from home, majorities say they are now working from home all or most of the time. https://t.co/k0zOBTvMdI https://t.co/N5y5ySZhyk


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8 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 7:13pm
Among members of Congress, posting volume on both Twitter and Facebook has risen substantially in recent years. https://t.co/OOqfr0wqj7 https://t.co/bSzZvdg6Ta


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11 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 4:17pm
RT @pewscience: Around two-thirds or more say the news media do a very or somewhat good job covering science topics, while far fewer say the media do a bad job covering science (20-public median of 68% vs. 28%). https://t.co/xHckhSz9JQ https://t.co/AajgCuNOIN


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12 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 3:07pm
NEW: A majority of workers in only four out of nine grouped industries studied say that, for the most part, the responsibilities of their job can be done from home. https://t.co/k0zOBTvMdI https://t.co/xrzI7GfK1Q


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14 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 1:12pm
NEW: The 116th Congress wasn’t especially productive in terms of the number of substantive bills it passed during its two years in office. But it set several records for lawmakers’ use of social media. https://t.co/tBEVN7v4ae https://t.co/MmCGBkiTsF


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14 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 12:43pm
In 2019, married and cohabiting men (49%) were more likely than their female counterparts (39%) to say they were very satisfied with the way household chores are divided between them and their spouse or partner. That gap has grown in 2020. https://t.co/9LtJRotCpI https://t.co/rw65H7POZg


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15 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 11:36am
RT @johngramlich: NEW: If the pandemic is putting new stresses on relationships in the US, those stresses aren't really showing up in the data so far. Both men and women are as satisfied as they were pre-coronavirus, and men/dads are actually more satisfied in some regards. https://t.co/yDLrSELdHg https://t.co/qTwIo49LV4


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16 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 11:11am
NEW: Despite quarantine orders that have forced many people to stay home and spend more time with their families, a new analysis of October 2020 survey data finds that many of the dynamics between couples haven’t changed much during this turbulent time. https://t.co/9LtJRotCpI https://t.co/x5ulzRSrmM


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16 hours ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 10:23am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: Fauci says he was barred from going on Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show, Larry King dies at 87 & more: https://t.co/DaBim60vBj

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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 25 - 12:35am
Donald Trump granted an unusually large percentage of pardons and commutations late in his term. More than eight-in-ten of his total acts of clemency (84%) came in his final fiscal year in office. https://t.co/KXvcwFCsCd https://t.co/adC2kQq7xc


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 8:58pm
Even before the Capitol riot, most people in Germany, France and the UK had concerns about U.S. political system https://t.co/RaDsTQuJkD https://t.co/C4yp80bwAb


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 3:26pm
Most Americans say another round of COVID-19 economic relief will be needed https://t.co/96NIK3Q4Lk https://t.co/kcU8cthUeM


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 1:49pm
RT @RichardWike: New article from @japoushter and me for the @glob_solutions journal highlights the strong support for principles of multilateralism we see in our @pewglobal polls, as well as the fact that people also often think multilateral organizations are out of touch https://t.co/R2fgCCdzZh

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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 12:02pm
The 9-point fall in our recent presidential approval survey was the largest change between two Pew Research Center polls since Donald Trump took office. Here’s how we know the drop reflected a real shift in public opinion. https://t.co/dWwGPpL4dI https://t.co/ZD2Ut4LCe9


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 9:30am
Trump’s low marks across three publics surveyed often resembled the poor ratings received by George W. Bush during his administration, while Biden’s are closer to some of the highly positive reviews for Barack Obama during his time as president. https://t.co/Vlzgz8gkJE https://t.co/wFsOSlT12N


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 9:30am
84% of Donald Trump’s total acts of clemency came in his final fiscal year in office (the period between Oct. 1 and Jan. 20). That was far higher than the share for other recent presidents. https://t.co/3Kvw7o2wFp https://t.co/mZuhtXGEif


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1 day ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 8:09am
RT @pewglobal: Large majorities in France, Germany and the UK say when thinking of the future of their country, they are optimistic about their country’s relations with the U.S. https://t.co/6oXb4L7ofH https://t.co/8r4yYnIx8s


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2 days ago:   Sunday Jan 24 - 2:17am
RT @kat_devlin: Even before Capitol riot, most people in Germany, France and the UK had concerns about U.S. political system https://t.co/LtYwbUV0tO

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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 8:50pm
People who have experienced harassing behaviors online but would not call their most recent experience “online harassment” are less optimistic about the efficacy of a variety of tactics for combatting harassment on social media. https://t.co/c1tWJYGjFA https://t.co/7xiMiQW67T


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 5:26pm
New on our Decoded blog: Assessing the consistency of online opt-in polls https://t.co/Cs2WyMhxWG https://t.co/ERLZqhDP5B


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 5:03pm
RT @pewjournalism: People who regularly get news on Facebook are more likely to be women than men (63% vs. 35%), while two-thirds of Reddit’s regular news users are men. https://t.co/E4lmxU4ZyE https://t.co/qturzWxeee


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 5:03pm
RT @johngramlich: People applying for presidential clemency were successful just 2% of the time under Trump, 5% under Obama and 2% under Bush. Clemency seekers had much more success as recently as the 1970s: Carter granted 22% of the requests he got, Ford 27% and Nixon 36%. https://t.co/LpzA6CixMJ https://t.co/gYo76xdZqI


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 5:03pm
RT @pewglobal: MAP: Year nation allowed women the right to vote in national elections https://t.co/h0ChjuChJY https://t.co/VSW6ZYhPOm


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 3:26pm
Almost all U.S. presidents have been Christians and many have been Episcopalians or Presbyterians, with most of the rest belonging to other prominent Protestant denominations. Joe Biden is now the second Catholic president. https://t.co/DIFFC8v7JB https://t.co/jbg9xrDu3Q


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 1:41pm
Views of Russia and its leader, Vladimir Putin, remained negative across 14 nations surveyed by @pewglobal last summer. https://t.co/uWjBQO8BgG

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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 12:02pm
The current 117th Congress includes 57 Black representatives, a record high and a large increase since 1965. https://t.co/oOUuGEYtrH https://t.co/Rwq4MMCFlW


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 10:52am
RT @johngramlich: Two posts from @FactTank this week show how elected officials make many big decisions AFTER Election Day: 1) 44% of all laws from 116th Congress were passed in lame duck session: https://t.co/E5SAOZOo5i 2) Most clemency by Trump came in his final days: https://t.co/LpzA6CixMJ https://t.co/Y6eyIz1WYU


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2 days ago:   Saturday Jan 23 - 9:30am
Donald Trump granted 237 acts of clemency during his four years in the White House, including 143 pardons and 94 commutations. Only two other presidents since 1900 – George W. and George H.W. Bush – granted fewer acts of clemency than Trump. https://t.co/o2eZk4wPGO https://t.co/OxtRt3WnLc


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:34pm
Among people who have experienced harassing behaviors online, those who would not label their recent experience as “online harassment” are less likely to see online harassment as a major problem. https://t.co/J6EQz12t7t https://t.co/FFaxCibjJd


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 9:19pm
RT @lrainie: NEW: Some Americans who have been targeted by troubling behaviors online wouldn’t call it ‘harassment’. This is a consistent finding in @pewinternet research and there is fresh insight on @FactTank from @Emily_Vogels today https://t.co/wyvpxA8trZ https://t.co/4WPErctwhV


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 7:13pm
The recently concluded 116th Congress was one of the least legislatively productive Congresses of the past five decades. https://t.co/ODS5j6O5jp https://t.co/geMdtjaT6Y


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 4:34pm
RT @pewjournalism: The vast majority of Americans (85%) say that Trump and Biden supporters cannot agree on basic facts about important issues facing the country. https://t.co/7vhXc9BRgM https://t.co/twIras4nFv


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 4:17pm
If Joe Biden’s nominees are confirmed by the Senate, his Cabinet will include three Black members – Kamala Harris as vice president, Lloyd Austin as the first Black secretary of defense and Marcia Fudge as secretary of housing and urban development. https://t.co/S32KwmInHx https://t.co/xrNYoyDXQ4


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 3:16pm
RT @johngramlich: Trump kept up a long tradition of presidents granting clemency in the final hours of their tenure. Every president from Gerald Ford to Trump granted pardons and/or commutations on their last day or days in the White House. https://t.co/LpzA6CixMJ https://t.co/JF2LkohamW


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 3:06pm
NEW: Despite a burst of pardons and commutations in his last hours in office, Donald Trump used his executive clemency power less frequently than nearly every other president since the turn of the 20th century. https://t.co/3Kvw7o2wFp https://t.co/V1UUPpeML7


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 1:08pm
NEW: Kamala Harris’ election as VP represented another advance in the slow but steady progress Black Americans have made in recent decades in gaining a greater foothold in political leadership. Here’s what the data shows about Black political leadership. https://t.co/S32KwmInHx https://t.co/329Mkm7XB3


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 12:43pm
Black (54%) and Hispanic adults (47%) who were targets of online harassment are more likely to label their experience as “online harassment” than are White targets (40%). https://t.co/J6EQz12t7t https://t.co/BWscvwp5cy


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 11:20am
RT @lrainie: People are more likely to say they consider their recent experience to be ‘online harassment’ if they experienced multiple or more severe behaviors. These are just-released findings in @FactTank https://t.co/wyvpxA8trZ https://t.co/R0Rn0WkpqW


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 11:03am
NEW: A notable share of Americans (36%) who have personally been targets of troubling online behaviors would not label their experience as “online harassment.” https://t.co/J6EQz12t7t https://t.co/AnRj5Fnfwq


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:40am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: Biden Administration names new leadership at Voice of America, White House Press Secretary sets the tone with reporters & more: https://t.co/idlvmEJgIq

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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:06am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Attitudes about race are deeply divided by partisanship. During the campaign, 74% of Biden voters said it was 'a lot more difficult' to be Black than White in the U.S.; only 9% of Trumps voters said the same. https://t.co/LaIC4z5gPk

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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:05am
RT @pewjournalism: % of each social media site’s users who regularly get news there: Twitter – 59% Facebook – 54% Reddit – 42% YouTube – 32% Instagram – 28% TikTok – 22% Snapchat – 19% LinkedIn – 15% WhatsApp – 13% Twitch – 11% https://t.co/E4lmxUmAXe https://t.co/kcgXFi9gEv


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:05am
RT @FactTank: Nothing lame about this lame duck: 116th Congress had busiest post-election session in recent history https://t.co/Vr8bb6mGa1 https://t.co/DEVpq5T1hb


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:04am
RT @Moira_EF: TIL that 2 presidents - Lincoln and Jefferson - had no formal religious affiliation (though historians still debate Lincoln's beliefs) https://t.co/j6pPxBiABu https://t.co/TcxKjUIIwb


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 10:04am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Snapshot of current divisions in the GOP. Of the 4 questions below on Trump (post-election conduct, did he win etc.), 29% of Republicans agree with all 4; 25% agree with none. https://t.co/3Z3mrdixqo https://t.co/asYPKEgyhX


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3 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 6:01am
68% of the laws enacted by the recently concluded 116th Congress were substantive – meaning they changed written law, spent money or established policy, no matter how minor. 32% were ceremonial laws. https://t.co/O1OxCVEfN3 https://t.co/oORx8MZs5D


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 22 - 12:35am
Just under 60% in the UK and roughly two-thirds in Germany and France think U.S. foreign policy will improve under Biden’s administration. About 65% in each country anticipate improvements in America’s response to climate change. https://t.co/dIWgnOxege https://t.co/EspTMkRsLX


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 10:34pm
RT @japoushter: In a new article from me and @RichardWike for @glob_solutions, we use @pewglobal data to show that people around the world generally support multilateralism, but many still have doubts about these multilateral institutions delivering on their promises https://t.co/CZziZS6Uuw https://t.co/gixGRAMkxp


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 4:17pm
More than four-in-ten bills that became law out of the 116th Congress were passed in the final two months of its two-year term. That’s the highest share of lame-duck legislation since at least the 93rd Congress of 1973-74. https://t.co/O1OxCVEfN3 https://t.co/SH0OElo7pI


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 1:18pm
RT @pewmethods: NEW on the @pewresearch Decoded blog: Are online opt-in or “nonprobability” surveys consistent in the same ways that probability-based surveys are? We explored this question empirically: https://t.co/R2RX1gLRr3

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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 12:43pm
Despite a late burst of activity, the 116th Congress was one of the least legislatively productive of the past five decades. Of the 24 Congresses we analyzed, only four passed fewer laws than the 116th. https://t.co/O1OxCVEfN3 https://t.co/CDfFSQlMPR


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 11:30am
RT @johngramlich: NEW: Lame-duck sessions of Congress are becoming more common. They're also accounting for a larger share of legislative output: 44% of all laws to emerge from the recently concluded 116th Congress were passed in the lame-duck session. https://t.co/E5SAOZOo5i https://t.co/Je2ojzFyxG


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 11:23am
NEW: The lame-duck session of the just-concluded 116th Congress was the most legislatively productive in the nearly five decades for which data is available. https://t.co/O1OxCVEfN3 https://t.co/IKGKFFai8P


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 10:41am
RT @pewjournalism: In Today’s News: - Voice of America CEO resigns at Biden's request - Newspapers worldwide react to Biden’s inauguration - The Palm Beach Post prepares to increase coverage as Trump leaves DC & more: https://t.co/UXlUdUxGFJ

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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 9:43am
RT @pewjournalism: The three major network TV news channels – ABC, NBC, and CBS – are all among the top five trusted sources for moderate/conservative Democrats and moderate/liberal Republicans. https://t.co/BE3WW6Dy2i https://t.co/5kXXqI58SB


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 9:43am
RT @CarrollDoherty: As Biden calls for unity, what do voters want those on the other side of the partisan divide to know about them in order to understand them better? Here's what we found, in a survey shortly after the election. https://t.co/hF1WpGd1xs

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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 9:42am
RT @balper: Although about one-in-five U.S. adults are Catholic and Catholicism has long been one of the nation’s largest religious groups, John F. Kennedy was the only Catholic president until Biden was sworn in yesterday https://t.co/FaIvIH5QMF https://t.co/hSW9NlkPW6


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4 days ago:   Thursday Jan 21 - 6:01am
73% of Americans feel generally optimistic about their country’s future relations with European countries. Democrats (83%) are more likely to feel this way than Republicans (62%). https://t.co/iyaIMXjEIu https://t.co/i2IKkuqqra


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 7:13pm
# of presidents by religious affiliation: ▪️Episcopalian: 11 ▪️Presbyterian: 8 ▪️Baptist, Christian, Unitarian: 4 each ▪️Methodist: 3 ▪️Catholic, Disciples of Christ, Dutch Reformed, Quaker: 2 each ▪️No formal affil.: 2 ▪️Congregationalist: 1 https://t.co/tJfpNErn7Q https://t.co/TRRDTYGiP7


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 4:17pm
How can we know that a 9-point drop in presidential approval we found between August 2020 and January 2021 reflects a real shift in public opinion? Many of those polled participated in both surveys, so for these people, we can compare their answers. https://t.co/W6amncLMYE https://t.co/t2YwjSOsPT


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 3:13pm
NEW: Although about one-in-five U.S. adults are Catholic and Catholicism has long been one of the nation’s largest religious groups, John F. Kennedy was the only Catholic president until Joe Biden’s swearing-in today. https://t.co/mawVydSS74 https://t.co/K9prAwSO4Z


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 2:07pm
NEW: Donald Trump’s final job approval rating as president was 29% in a poll released last week, the lowest of his presidency and a 9 percentage point drop since August. Here’s how we know the drop reflected a real shift in public opinion. https://t.co/W6amncLMYE https://t.co/9cj1RMYVh7


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 1:59pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Recent polls show that public views of Biden ahead of #inauguration were more positive than opinions of Trump in 2017, less positive than views of Obama in 2009. Here's an example: https://t.co/Sj4QG0CU5g https://t.co/jHnwu1wgB8


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 12:43pm
While majorities of both Republicans and Democrats say they think another coronavirus economic assistance package will be necessary, Republicans are less likely to say this. https://t.co/xecXYQ2j8h https://t.co/N5Ucb3IQ63


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 9:35am
Overall views of the U.S. in France, Germany, and the UK are lukewarm. In France and the UK, about half see the U.S. favorably while four-in-ten Germans view the U.S. favorably. https://t.co/Mhr6sx7X3P https://t.co/a9fpVZMbq1


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 6:01am
There are major partisan divisions on whether the U.S. could look abroad for solutions to domestic problems. In all cases, Democrats are far more likely than Republicans to say that the U.S. can learn from other countries. https://t.co/t9pWBcwfKe https://t.co/zYR4TgAvxs


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 20 - 12:35am
Q&A: What we’ve learned about online harassment https://t.co/KpGLZgDGMc https://t.co/kNUApRvQft


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 10:34pm
Republicans have mixed views of Trump’s post-election conduct and his responsibility for the violent events of Jan. 6. https://t.co/srfvlUxD6q https://t.co/KA44pVZrrC


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 7:13pm
Large majorities in France, Germany and the UK say when thinking of the future of their country, they are optimistic about their country’s relations with the U.S. https://t.co/SFFE7az2ba https://t.co/e0fSGCgrEv


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 4:17pm
In Germany, France and the UK, the share of people who believe the U.S. government respects the personal freedoms of its people has declined over time. https://t.co/zgsg9jE2Zm https://t.co/keIuHTdyv7


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 3:43pm
Ratings for Donald Trump were consistently negative in France, Germany, and the UK throughout his time in office. For instance, only about one-in-ten Germans expressed confidence in Trump in the four surveys we conducted during his presidency. https://t.co/uYVrTeOPN3 https://t.co/wpCbO9nW0o


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 3:07pm
NEW: Following the passage of a second stimulus package in December in response to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, 79% of U.S. adults say another economic assistance package will be necessary. Just 20% say another package will not be needed. https://t.co/xecXYQ2j8h https://t.co/h5swJ57xqq


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 1:35pm
In this transition moment between the Trump and Biden eras, overall ratings for the U.S. are mixed across three publics surveyed. https://t.co/ijk43EjF8U https://t.co/FVvpb7e4BI


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 12:43pm
Large majorities in Germany (79%), France (72%), and the UK (65%) say they have confidence in Biden to do the right thing regarding world affairs – a dramatic change from the low ratings Trump received in a survey conducted in the summer of 2020. https://t.co/yBJ4ea4YEA https://t.co/B1hc4spN17


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 12:09pm
NEW: The Capitol riot has generated considerable attention overseas, as well as concerns about the health of American democracy. Even before the riot, many people in Germany, France and the UK were worried about the American political system. https://t.co/zgsg9jE2Zm https://t.co/PcTrMS2BZX


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 12:01pm
NEW: Throughout his presidency, Donald Trump was broadly unpopular internationally, and his poor ratings had a negative impact on America’s overall image. By contrast, early reviews for his successor, President-elect Joe Biden, are more positive. https://t.co/a9z9LW9DzP

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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 9:35am
Women account for 24% of Donald Trump’s judicial appointees. That’s a bit higher than the share of women judges appointed by Republicans George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush, but below the proportion appointed by Democrats Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. https://t.co/gOjrJMCiiN https://t.co/AvHZElb0rv


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 6:01am
While Republicans and Democrats expressed some of the same reactions to the Capitol riot, there were some notable differences – especially around the cause of the violence and destruction. https://t.co/qMJKXofW8N https://t.co/hKRJOPRNA4


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 19 - 12:35am
The number of comments and “angry” reactions in response to Republican lawmakers’ Facebook posts surged after the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. https://t.co/6dwawCjD47 https://t.co/xsOdqvjoyc


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 10:34pm
Biden will take office with relatively strong performance ratings: 58% of Americans approve of the job he has done in explaining his plans and policies, 57% approve of his Cabinet choices and 46% expect him to improve the way the federal government works. https://t.co/MvkrSmpxmI https://t.co/SM0PetlniA


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 7:13pm
Republicans and Democrats are deeply divided over Trump’s culpability in the unprecedented Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol. https://t.co/USX4XMqZ8v https://t.co/UpoksWytSE


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 4:17pm
Women make up a much bigger share of congressional Democrats (38%) than Republicans (14%). Across both chambers, there are 106 Democratic women and 38 Republican women in the new Congress. https://t.co/R5zexIiAVx https://t.co/AllRHIA4qr


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 3:27pm
RT @FactTank: Nine-in-ten Americans said in 2018 that volunteering is important for good citizenship. https://t.co/tFUMW96MHn https://t.co/f8Iz1iuAuW


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 3:27pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Form August, % of each who say it's 'a lot more difficult' to be a black person than a white person in the US: All voters - 44% Biden voters - 74% Trump voters - 9% https://t.co/LaIC4z5gPk

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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 12:43pm
Republican women made significant gains in the House in the most recent election cycle. Of the 27 newly elected representatives who are women, two-thirds (18) are Republicans. https://t.co/QVman1s8Do https://t.co/kmGo6oaos2


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 9:35am
Democrats broadly endorse efforts by Biden to forge bipartisan compromises with Republicans. Republicans, by contrast, are far more reluctant to see their party’s congressional leaders work with Biden. https://t.co/BWd6g4ebgH https://t.co/f0IQeINVcE


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 6:01am
Amid some of the darkest months of the coronavirus pandemic, Americans believe that the U.S. government can learn a lot from other countries around the world about handling the outbreak and improving health care domestically. https://t.co/t9pWBcwfKe https://t.co/smw4HX8zrh


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 18 - 12:35am
In their own words: How Americans reacted to the rioting at the U.S. Capitol https://t.co/cRKpF370hU https://t.co/5pjKdHc1rz


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 8:58pm
Women are more likely than men to report having been sexually harassed online (16% vs. 5%), with young women (33% of women under 35) being particularly likely to have experienced sexual harassment. https://t.co/hPxhy9C9YL https://t.co/3TdrryDyt7


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 6:40pm
RT @pewjournalism: Social media is now among the most common pathways where people – particularly young adults – get their political news. https://t.co/CL09UArhtQ https://t.co/LW3LWL4Rez


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 6:40pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Really interesting how Biden and Trump voters see the 'major reasons' for 2020 result. No surprise there's a huge divide on fraud. But nearly identical %s of both groups say expanded mail/early voting was a major reason for outcome. https://t.co/lkU6Qyaru1 https://t.co/jb3mJgvigm


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 6:40pm
RT @johngramlich: At least 100 Republican members of Congress had Parler accounts as of late 2020. https://t.co/Rs3EO0K74t https://t.co/4EoQOEVErn


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 6:39pm
RT @CarrollDoherty: Early on, Trump seeded doubts about election among Reps. In Oct., only 38% of Reps were confident mail votes would be counted accurately (71% of Dems). Today, 64% say Trump definitely/probably won election. https://t.co/3Z3mrdixqo https://t.co/nZxUUXSdIA


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 6:02pm
Most Americans do not say news on social media has helped them better understand current events. 47% say it doesn’t make much of a difference, while 29% say that it has helped their understanding. 23% say it has left them more confused. https://t.co/jJE8k22NiX https://t.co/PfQwEMOhno


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 3:26pm
A majority of congressional Republicans lost Twitter followers in the wake of the Capitol riot. https://t.co/e03YRSTJkg

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 12:02pm
Majorities of voters say opposition to Trump, the increased availability of mail and early voting and the Trump administration’s failure to do a good job in handling the coronavirus outbreak were major reasons for the election result. https://t.co/wfxGe0hbuQ https://t.co/UboA3XY4Em


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 11:02am
Even as daily COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. reached new highs, congressional lawmakers’ recent discussion of the outbreak on their social media accounts continued to decline. https://t.co/e03YRSTJkg https://t.co/cl9ovbwmol


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 9:30am
Women in the U.S. are more likely than men to say they regularly get news from Facebook (63% vs. 35%). https://t.co/uwJeigyiOf https://t.co/pcy6AkrwrL


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 8:17am
RT @RachelWeisel: 1/ New @pewresearch analysis of tweets & Facebook posts by members of Congress in the days following the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol finds members of the two parties framed the day’s events at the Capitol using different language. https://t.co/gOuhBxKZGd

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 17 - 3:55am
As Angela Merkel enters the home stretch of her tenure, more people express confidence in the German chancellor than in any other world leader asked about in a recent survey of 14 countries. https://t.co/PqMfP9AVNB