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7 minutes ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 9:44am
RT @alec_h_tyson: Big differences by education in terms of who is working from home because of #CoronavirusOutbreak. Among working-age adults: 🔹73% of postgraduates 🔹62% of college grads 🔹35% of those with some college 🔹22% of those with no college @pewresearch / https://t.co/XJu6jOiyQ4 https://t.co/vCzWEZrycY


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17 minutes ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 9:34am
RT @lrainie: Anyone else besides me notice the rural vs. urban/suburban differences in the way people are using the digital tech during the coronavirus outbreak? https://t.co/Rd9hoSOBFV As usual, this @pewresearch report covers the major demographic trends in tech use https://t.co/HupkFTZ6lQ


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19 minutes ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 9:32am
It's #CensusDay! Not quite sure what that means? Sign up for our 5-lesson email mini-course: https://t.co/rLRQU8K4Tb And follow @allthingscensus! https://t.co/lgq5ze26cn

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23 minutes ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 9:28am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Wisconsin sticking with 4/7 date for local elections & presidential primary. Nationally, 66% of adults say they'd feel uncomfortable going to a polling place to vote because of the #CoronavirusOutbreak . https://t.co/AD3BQVhjC7

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1 hour ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 8:35am
A majority of U.S. adults (57%) say they have at least a fair amount of confidence the government will keep their personal data from the #2020census safe, though only 12% say they have a great deal of confidence. https://t.co/3HCTluUfQ5

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3 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 6:01am
Americans are worried about a potential interruption in digital services during the #CoronavirusOutbreak https://t.co/GxrVBxM1DF

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6 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 3:07am
RT @pewglobal: % who say children will be better off financially than their parents (spring 2019 data): 🇺🇦 61% 🇱🇹 60 🇵🇱 57 🇨🇿 51 🇩🇪 48 🇸🇰 46 🇷🇺 45 🇧🇬 40 🇸🇪 40 🇭🇺 37 🇳🇱 35 🇺🇸 31 🇬🇷 26 🇪🇸 25 🇮🇹 23 🇬🇧 22 🇫🇷 16 https://t.co/pVon68FNlW https://t.co/cczSKdEHVm https://t.co/vY263uaQ3l


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9 hours ago:   Wednesday Apr 1 - 12:03am
73% of working-age adults with a postgraduate degree say they’ve worked from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, as have 62% of those with a bachelor’s degree. https://t.co/rbnUn1hXj2 https://t.co/wL6hxhDcpL


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11 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:34pm
A higher share of Republicans than Democrats say the census will cost too much money (25% vs. 16%). https://t.co/NO3T9rtq6u https://t.co/NGDjEclOT5


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13 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 8:11pm
Most Americans under 30 say they are uncomfortable eating out at a restaurant (73%) or going to a crowded party (87%) given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/59AqkBzC4s

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15 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 6:06pm
Democrats and Republicans are similar in their intentions to participate in the #2020census and in their views about its accuracy. https://t.co/xwFDDpFGJx https://t.co/2Xv2DVZ58h


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16 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 5:18pm
Rural Americans are less likely than those living in urban areas to report using digital tools as a result of the #CoronavirusOutbreak. https://t.co/Tsw8tFHOp4 https://t.co/kGdimykain


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17 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 4:17pm
As many schools have closed because of the coronavirus outbreak, 65% of adults with children younger than 12 at home say it has been at least somewhat easy for them to handle childcare responsibilities; 35% say it has been very or somewhat difficult. https://t.co/VpFzKfCmfF https://t.co/s959t4Ro3J


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 3:41pm
Older people are especially vulnerable to the novel coronavirus and, worldwide, they are more likely than younger people to live alone. https://t.co/ibgQrliK3u https://t.co/u2xRyD2cKj


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 3:18pm
RT @FactTank: In households where many people live together, the risk of contagion is heightened if anyone in the household falls ill or becomes an asymptomatic carrier of the #coronavirus. https://t.co/kQBJAWbLYo https://t.co/xrCrEqMoPw


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 3:17pm
Some 52% of adults ages 65 and older say they have used the internet to search for information about the coronavirus, but that share rises to 64% among those ages 50 to 64 and 80% among adults under the age of 50. https://t.co/mGXniImebD https://t.co/Fv9f3HtqrO


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18 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 3:08pm
RT @johngramlich: 23% of children in the US live in single-parent households – the highest percentage in the world. In the weeks ahead, parents in these households are likely to face an even bigger-than-normal burden in terms of schooling, entertaining, etc., their kids. https://t.co/N1mo7Y8Xnf https://t.co/00lll3XKwZ


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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 2:23pm
Among U.S. adults who have heard something recently about the #2020census, 70% say some of that information came from advertising and 61% say it came from news stories. https://t.co/CM4AIkaGk9

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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 2:10pm
RT @_StephKramer: Thread: Stay-at-home orders present unique challenges based on who people are isolated *with*. https://t.co/v2zb4hXiLL

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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 2:10pm
RT @conradhackett: Around the world, people are staying home. How many people are they home with? New post from @_StephKramer: https://t.co/Shg0QDOyNb https://t.co/n9DbALECbp


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19 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 2:06pm
NEW: With billions confined to their homes worldwide, which living arrangements are most common? https://t.co/aeM0UmJIo5

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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 1:46pm
RT @pewjournalism: 45% of U.S. adults say they have stopped talking with someone about political news because of something that person said https://t.co/80PpjfuwQH https://t.co/7jKAkDhzX8


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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 1:17pm
Nearly half of college graduates (46%) say they have participated in a work meeting by using video calling or online conferencing, compared with 21% of those with some college experience and 11% who have a high school education or less. https://t.co/k6oGSS487D https://t.co/wtLwn2qaRA


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20 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:56pm
RT @jensmanuel: % of working-age adults saying they've worked from home due to coronavirus outbreak, by education level 73 Postgrad 62 Bachelor's 35 Some college 22 HS or less https://t.co/6a4IEM71XU https://t.co/FDwTnffWfJ


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:43pm
21% of U.S. adults say they’ve used a food delivery service instead of going to a restaurant or grocery store as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, with younger adults more likely to have done this. https://t.co/NHR4I8ucnS https://t.co/4DQDDyYArW


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:24pm
RT @johngramlich: .@pewresearch asked survey respondents five questions on subjects including anxiety, sleeplessness, depression and loneliness, then grouped them into "distress" categories based on their answers. 24% of Americans fall into the "high distress" group. https://t.co/qjRkF01twT https://t.co/l6rz2OIQb1


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:23pm
RT @MonicaRAnders: Majorities across demographic groups believe that losing internet or mobile connectivity during the #COVID19 outbreak would be disruptive to their daily lives, but how big of problem they foresee this causing varies by age, education & community type https://t.co/lwa4cSSerP https://t.co/RrKZwQBPJ3


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:16pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: Nearly one-in-five U.S. adults (18%) say they have had a physical reaction -- such as sweating, nausea or pounding heart -- at least some or a little of the time when thinking about the coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/uH7tat6Hhq https://t.co/RGCkL03T6L


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:15pm
Only a minority (27%) of Americans say interacting via digital technologies during the #CoronavirusOutbreak will be as effective as in-person contact; 64% think the internet and phones will help but are not a replacement for face-to-face encounters. https://t.co/K4ZFVkdku9 https://t.co/Kbe8c05ivr


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21 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:53am
RT @briantkennedy: From 2018, a majority of Americans (71%) said that tougher fuel-efficiency standards for cars would make a difference in reducing the effects of global climate change https://t.co/0ttmhEKEIp https://t.co/kvBrrY5VCl

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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:40am
RT @MichaelDimock: It's critical to understand how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting people differently, including indicators of mental health/distress. https://t.co/GFF3Bp3qNX https://t.co/b8bkOlLnkU


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:30am
Large shares of Americans are using digital technology to keep in contact with others, search for #coronavirusoutbreak-related information https://t.co/ISxdwCfAgj https://t.co/hXCL6B0077


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:19am
RT @lrainie: Half of Americans say an internet/cellphone disruption would be a very big problem for them now and 28% say it would be moderately big. New @pewresearch data via @MonicaRAnders @Emily_Vogels https://t.co/Rd9hoSOBFV https://t.co/K1qVEGYSfi


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:14am
93% of U.S. adults say that a major interruption to their internet or cellphone service during the #CoronavirusOutbreak would be a problem in their daily life https://t.co/KBU4m26APH https://t.co/jwRW1sIiB0


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:14am
RT @johngramlich: Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say their lives have changed in a major way because of the #coronavirus (51% vs. 38%), and that's true even after accounting for the fact that Democrats are more likely to live in the hardest-hit states. https://t.co/yZhzi9sIVR https://t.co/qlQs0dtdqX


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:12am
RT @FactTank: How Americans are turning to tech during the #COVID-91 outbreak: 💻70% say they've searched online for #coronavirus info 💻16% used the internet or email to connect with medical professionals 💻25% say they have used video calling or online conferencing https://t.co/2NZttPHxqI https://t.co/mCcUMspI0s


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:12am
RT @DMediaguy: Need a mid-day break from COVID news? Try our email mini-course on the US Census. #Census2020 @pewresearch https://t.co/0GgTWaefAi

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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 11:04am
RT @FactTank: NEW: As the spread of COVID-19 upends work, classes and even doctor appointments across the country, a majority of Americans are turning to digital means to stay connected and track information about the outbreak. https://t.co/2NZttPHxqI https://t.co/JyaHtZACwk


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:37am
18% of U.S. adults report experiencing nervousness or anxiety most or all of the time during the past week. In a 2018 federal survey, 9% reported feeling this way in the past 30 days, indicating the current level may be above normal. https://t.co/sEjsvnjyzg https://t.co/ld7m64ExbG


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:37am
Among all U.S. adults, 59% say they believe that participating in the census will benefit their communities. And those adults are disproportionately likely to say they definitely or probably will participate – 95% say so. https://t.co/bIjUvHbgzC https://t.co/QHZL4lYezA


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:19am
RT @B_radJ_ones: In 2018, we found a large partisan gaps in views of voting and turnout. Republicans are much more concerned about ineligible voters participating in elections Democrats are much more concerned that eligible voters are prevented from voting https://t.co/UJTGXIeJj6 https://t.co/GipEPm4Tg1


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 10:02am
RT @FactTank: Young people in particular are set to be disproportionately affected by virus-related layoffs. Among the 19.3 million workers ages 16 to 24 in the economy overall, 9.2 million, or nearly half, are employed in service-sector establishments. https://t.co/zkxdN6fTEE https://t.co/8i5NDhi5Fz


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:49am
RT @pewglobal: Almost a quarter of U.S. children live in single-parent homes, more than in any other countries https://t.co/OnrMyKwxWH https://t.co/lgxWWcvaY9


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:49am
RT @pewjournalism: Knowledge about coronavirus vaccine varies by where people turn most for political news – with social media and local TV news users the least likely to correctly know how long it will take to develop a vaccine. https://t.co/xV3QZQQ3mN https://t.co/cbcGiM7u0j


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:46am
People financially affected by #COVID19 outbreak are experiencing more psychological distress than others https://t.co/tJhywLDCik https://t.co/vI8NBFtq1k


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 9:43am
RT @CarrollDoherty: Americans w/ higher incomes more than twice as likely as those with low incomes to WFH because of #CoronavirusOutbreak https://t.co/AD3BQVhjC7 https://t.co/LXyVzn6Pez


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 8:35am
Republicans remain significantly more likely than Democrats to (erroneously) say the #2020census will include a citizenship question. https://t.co/lvXqDuTYoL

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 6:01am
How we measured psychological distress amid the #Covid19 outbreak: https://t.co/goZloVf8KM https://t.co/d2nb2QuMAr


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 3:07am
RT @pewglobal: In some countries, fewer now think the state is run for the benefit of all (spring 2019 data) https://t.co/cC6EdbBuNK https://t.co/INO7wc4FnO


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Mar 31 - 12:03am
Nearly one-in-five U.S. adults (18%) say they have had a physical reaction at least some or a little of the time when thinking about the coronavirus outbreak, and this is particularly true of those affected financially. https://t.co/QLsMmWav2H https://t.co/tmfigSZ48G


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 11:13pm
RT @japoushter: Majorities in Hungary say the state is run for benefit of all and that various democratic principles are "very important". However, most also say elected officials don't care what ordinary people think and relatively few agree voting gives people a say: https://t.co/FUOWRmn5bp https://t.co/pyVT2PYs74


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 10:34pm
Gaps in knowledge about the census persist https://t.co/qUxlM5FMCg https://t.co/ZpmeL7m6Tb


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 9:17pm
RT @balper: More than half of all U.S. adults (55%) say they have prayed for an end to the spread of coronavirus https://t.co/yGfNXF9mn8 https://t.co/vM5eOzmDV7


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 8:38pm
RT @johngramlich: NEW: 44% of US adults say their lives have changed in a major way because of the #CoronavirusOutbreak. Big majorities say they'd personally be uncomfortable with things like going to a party, eating out in a restaurant and going to a polling place to vote. https://t.co/uyIq3dEc54 https://t.co/Fjre7vq8IV


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 8:11pm
Knowledge of and perceptions about the #2020census are strongly correlated with intent to participate. https://t.co/L3Jj5iHlFL https://t.co/R2SuJjbq8x


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 7:37pm
59% of U.S. adults who say they attend religious services at least once or twice a month say they’ve scaled back their attendance because of the coronavirus. https://t.co/gqYVVZxGzo https://t.co/zVDNC0onWO


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 7:09pm
57% of Americans who say they generally attend religious services at least once or twice a month say they’ve watched religious services online or on TV instead of in-person. https://t.co/bCouqMeg5F https://t.co/nWavYIFg5C


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 6:39pm
69% of Republicans say they would feel comfortable visiting with a close friend or family member at their home, compared with 55% of Democrats who say the same. https://t.co/aNP9ZAOLRL https://t.co/C6SyGgWDht


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 6:21pm
Just 12% of Americans say their personal life has stayed about the same as it was before the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/HDx8rjoAie https://t.co/IWcXPZMTAd


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 6:06pm
Some key groups that are considered hard to count continue to be less inclined to respond to the #2020census than others. https://t.co/RdAXnKe0AH https://t.co/CZ4K7q4Ohe


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 5:39pm
Income and education are linked to Americans’ assessments of the personal impact of the coronavirus outbreak: Those with higher incomes or more education are more likely than those with less to say the outbreak has changed their lives in a major way. https://t.co/uizhX3rx3L https://t.co/DJ7WdAblkK


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 5:21pm
Women (47%) are more likely than men (41%) to say their personal life has changed in a major way as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/0oNymzUP4L https://t.co/2GpTG9kJp1


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 5:02pm
RT @allthingscensus: From new @pewresearch survey: Three-quarters of U.S. adults say 2020 census will be at least somewhat successful in accurately counting the nation's population https://t.co/V4Tv4uyYW1 https://t.co/bJepzNl6m7


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:45pm
55% of U.S. adults say they’ve prayed for an end to the spread of coronavirus. https://t.co/3pAhsGbReB https://t.co/OBjvlxX7Ov


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:35pm
Across a variety of measures, Republicans are more likely than Democrats to say they are comfortable continuing with regular activities, even given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/oKyH6ErjYh

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:25pm
RT @GregSmith_Polls: New @pewresearch survey: 55% of U.S. adults say they have prayed for an end to the spread of the coronavirus. 59% of regular religious attenders have been attending less often in-person b/c of virus, 57% say they've watched online/on TV. https://t.co/CoIus35S88 https://t.co/j0vQbOjUtC


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:22pm
RT @PewReligion: Among Americans who report attending religious services at least once or twice a month, most (59%) say they have gone less often because of the coronavirus outbreak, and a similar share (57%) say they have watched religious services online/on TV instead: https://t.co/3Yz1hWiMZh https://t.co/vpqyuok57A


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:17pm
91% of U.S. adults say that given the current situation with the #coronavirus outbreak, they would feel uncomfortable attending a crowded party. https://t.co/rYI1Ve8iKa https://t.co/FVqcTgPzu7


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:12pm
51% of Democrats say their personal lives have been changed in a major way as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Just 38% of Republicans say the same. https://t.co/oz0XsfFIus https://t.co/zwXiOzVNYq


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 4:05pm
66% of U.S. adults say that, given the current situation with the coronavirus outbreak, they would feel uncomfortable going out to a polling place to vote https://t.co/XuB6je3ndi https://t.co/zTcbBrgbAh


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:59pm
30% who see the outbreak as a major threat to their personal financial situation fall into the high distress category, compared with 18% among those who say it is not a threat.

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:59pm
Among those who see the outbreak as a major threat to their personal health, about one-third (32%) fall into the high distress category; among those who say it is not a threat to their health, just 16% do.

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:58pm
Perceptions of personal threat from the coronavirus outbreak – whether physical or financial – are associated with higher levels of psychological distress. https://t.co/H9LqBpDoWi https://t.co/TaJnln0EsI


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:55pm
But at a minimum, the patterns identify groups that may be more vulnerable to the psychological effects of the crisis. These groups include women, young people, those with lower incomes and those whose jobs or income have been cut by the outbreak.

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:54pm
We can’t be certain whether variations in distress are attributable to the COVID-19 outbreak, reflect preexisting differences or both.

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:54pm
Psychological distress varies considerably across different demographic groups in our March 19-24 survey and is correlated with experiences and perceptions of the coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/H9LqBpDoWi https://t.co/whyZMPog11


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:50pm
How Americans say they have been feeling over the past seven days https://t.co/HgmziQ6DxQ https://t.co/VSI1ZborYl


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:45pm
RT @RuthIgielnik: NEW: More than 4-in-10 Americans say the coronavirus outbreak has changed their life in a major way https://t.co/EXlom0nUYM https://t.co/9MXVg6bG4N


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:36pm
62% of Americans say they would feel comfortable visiting with close friends and family members at their home, given the current coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/jRDRicjglN https://t.co/1Usy93Szk4


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:33pm
RT @kim_c_parker: Because of coronavirus outbreak, majority of Americans express unease with various group settings, including 66% who say they'd be uncomfortable going to a polling place to vote https://t.co/inZIQS33bc https://t.co/zxgLi5Wvd9


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:30pm
RT @FactTank: NEW: Health experts are concerned about potential mental health effects of the #coronavirus outbreak in the U..S. 18% of U.S. adults say they have had a physical reaction at least some or a little of the time when thinking about the outbreak https://t.co/Y9cO1ejcge https://t.co/Tj32eoLs55


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:26pm
44% of Americans say their personal lives have changed in a major way due to the coronavirus outbreak; another 44% say their lives have changed, but just a little bit. https://t.co/Ll3lcMGngA https://t.co/F2yQbpxMNb


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:22pm
RT @PewReligion: New data: More than half of U.S. adults (55%) say they have prayed for an end to the spread of the coronavirus, including 24% of people with no religious affiliation https://t.co/nZv0GFwafa https://t.co/LpFoti2xeM


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:20pm
40% of working age adults (ages 18 to 64) report having worked from home because of the coronavirus outbreak - a figure that rises to a majority among those with college degrees and in upper income tiers. https://t.co/jtnDq6Ao1d https://t.co/vJQZfc3H5D


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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:15pm
RT @pollcat: The president yesterday cited mental health problems as a possible consequence of the outbreak. Our new survey collected baseline measures of psychological distress to track this over time https://t.co/eI6sf9Xlyn

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 3:13pm
NEW: Nearly nine-in-ten U.S. adults say their life has changed at least a little as a result of the #COVID19 outbreak, including 44% who say their life has changed in a major way. https://t.co/rLGh6dB3CQ

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1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 2:43pm
Three-quarters of U.S. adults say the #2020census will be at least somewhat successful in producing an accurate count of the total population, though only 10% say it will be very successful. https://t.co/6JGT1guYJE https://t.co/oBNRlDMHpk


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 2:20pm
RT @katschaeffer: NEW from @pewresearch @FactTank: Americans who get their election and political news mainly from The New York Times, MSNBC or NPR are most likely to say they’ve heard or read at least a little about the QAnon conspiracy theory. https://t.co/1DW0fGtGJe https://t.co/CCBOvWAUDU


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 1:21pm
A large majority of U.S. adults either erroneously think the 2020 census will ask if they are a citizen or not (53%) or are unsure if this will be on the census form (27%). https://t.co/cqs8Gh3TN1 https://t.co/xaZJqEOeyQ


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 1:20pm
RT @pewjournalism: 🚨NEW🚨 @FactTank: QAnon’s conspiracy theories have seeped into U.S. politics, but most don’t know what it is https://t.co/QZ41sPZrsz

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 12:50pm
RT @allthingscensus: NEW survey: 80% of U.S. adults say they probably or definitely will respond to the 2020 census, a small uptick from several weeks earlier. Gaps in enthusiasm remain among different groups, though: https://t.co/V4Tv4uyYW1 https://t.co/oigHdRxIMQ


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 12:43pm
About three-quarters of U.S. adults (76%) say they have heard or read nothing at all about QAnon. https://t.co/n4KmKQ6V6e

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 12:30pm
Two-thirds of U.S. adults say they have seen something recently about the #2020census, up from half a few weeks earlier. https://t.co/pf2WYYN5Kt https://t.co/NczGYMebEy


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 12:20pm
RT @mhugolopez: NEW: Immigrant Hispanics are more likely than U.S.-born Hispanics to have heard something recently about the 2020 Census. https://t.co/dBVyfq2D7Q @pewhispanic @pewresearch https://t.co/4v1yijXDyc


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 12:16pm
Republicans and Democrats (including those who lean toward each party) are about equally likely to say they plan to respond to the #2020Census. https://t.co/1s16lpDUQy https://t.co/7MURSdyAmP


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 11:54am
59% of U.S. adults now say they will definitely participate in the #2020Census, up somewhat from 55% in January. https://t.co/HPiVxCcsuX https://t.co/YdWnggKntG


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 11:46am
NEW: Amid a blitz of advertising about the #2020Census, a rising share of U.S. adults have heard something recently about it https://t.co/efJpvoZRu9

Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 11:16am
RT @michaelbarthel: Liberal Democrats are the most likely to have heard about Qanon, along with those whose main source for election news is The New York Times, MSNBC, or NPR https://t.co/Htvu5FGeLy https://t.co/K2aqNFyKuD


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 11:04am
RT @FactTank: QAnon’s conspiracy theories have seeped into U.S. politics, but most don’t know what it is https://t.co/ijAJju3Qmc https://t.co/LFsn5zQVIe


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Pew Research Center
1 day ago:   Monday Mar 30 - 10:29am
RT @jensmanuel: Nearly half of Hispanics (49%) say their household has had someone lose their job or take a pay cut because of the coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/vKmLP7XlU4 https://t.co/zfNaBPYOZZ


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