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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 9:31am
These Texas teens stayed silent about racism. Then their Black principal was suspended. Story by @hannah_natanson https://t.co/5ARCJ42kP6

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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 9:28am
A majority of teens across races/ethnicities say they talk to their friends about race or racial discrimination https://t.co/5ARCJ42kP6 https://t.co/6SRscFjNtx


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 9:19am
More than 1 in 3 Black and Asian teens reported experiencing racial discrimination in previous year https://t.co/5ARCJ42kP6 https://t.co/7IndiKUw27


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4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 9:18am
Most Virginia voters support vaccine mandates for workers, teachers and high school athletes, Washington Post- @ScharSchool poll finds. Story by @EmGusk https://t.co/aC0AnhX8O5 https://t.co/Z1qovAzJcZ


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1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 7:12pm
Gov. Northam's approval rating is down from 2020 https://t.co/5tjdbRMqtC https://t.co/Kcz7P0aOmN


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1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 7:10pm
Post-Schar School poll: Northam’s popularity waning during final months as Virginia governor https://t.co/5tjdbRMqtC

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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 5:18pm
More voters trust McAuliffe on abortion, education and the coronavirus, while Youngkin has edge on taxes https://t.co/63AAf6TCsx https://t.co/FCShqxFmYX


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 5:16pm
McAuliffe, Youngkin locked in tight race for Virginia governor, Post-Schar School poll finds https://t.co/63AAf6TCsx https://t.co/21nCLcpnuV


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 5:15pm
McAuliffe, Youngkin locked in tight race for Virginia governor, Post-Schar School poll finds https://t.co/63AAf6TCsx

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 8 - 6:47am
49% of Americans say the U.S. is safer from terrorism than before Sept. 11, 2001, while 41% say the country is less safe, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/3dU8TlFCTi https://t.co/lSRkoLbJjD


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 8 - 6:08am
New this morning: More Americans say 9/11 changed U.S. for worse (46%) than better (33%), and predictions are even more downbeat for the pandemic's long-term impact https://t.co/3dU8TlFCTi https://t.co/iLM6ri27B2


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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:39am
If no exemption was given, 72% of unvaccinated workers say they would quit their job rather than get vaccinated. https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk

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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:39am
Among workers whose employer lacks a mandate, about 3 in 10 are unvaccinated. Asked what they would likely do if their employer imposed a mandate, 16% of that group say they would get vaccinated while 35% would ask for a medical or religious exemption and 42% would quit.

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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:38am
18% of American workers say their employer requires people who come into work be vaccinated https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk

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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:36am
President Biden’s approval rating for handling the pandemic has dropped to 52 percent from 62 percent in late June, days before he said the nation was “closer than ever to declaring our independence from a deadly virus.” https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk

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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:12am
Support for mask and vaccine requirements in schools, at businesses and indoor public places https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk https://t.co/jAeHluvssj


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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:11am
Americans rate their level of coronavirus risk higher now than in June https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk https://t.co/ocjCJ3OjFl


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1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 5 - 12:04am
As coronavirus fears spike, Biden’s ratings sag and workers split on vaccine mandates, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/aZeBKTKPsk

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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:49am
53% of Americans say Biden bears either a “great deal” or a “good amount” of the blame for the Islamic State attack that killed 13 U.S. military personnel and at least 170 Afghans. 43% say Biden doesn't bear much or any blame, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/8RvRDhImeW

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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:25am
68% of Americans support the U.S. taking in refugees from Afghanistan after screening screening in Post-ABC poll, much higher than said this for Syrian refugees in '15 (43%). Most Democrats, Republicans and independents support accepting Afghan refugees https://t.co/8RvRDhZXDw https://t.co/yD7IVJooVw


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:21am
Biden has suffered significant erosion among independents in perceptions of how he is handling his job since June, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/8RvRDhImeW

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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:17am
26% of Americans support both the withdrawal decision and Biden’s handling of it 52% say they support getting out of Afghanistan but nonetheless disapprove of how Biden handled it 17% disapprove of the decision to withdraw 6% express no opinion https://t.co/aKfqxNWzse


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:14am
Post-ABC poll finds 77% of Americans support the decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan, including 88% of Democrats, 74% of Republicans and 76% of independents. But widespread support falls apart when it comes to how the departure unfolded https://t.co/8RvRDhZXDw https://t.co/Ob65Xwi8RP


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:04am
Post-ABC poll: Americans support Afghanistan pullout — but not the way it was done, new w/@danbalz @emgusk @sfcpoll https://t.co/8RvRDhZXDw https://t.co/ul4MxLe1oL


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1 month ago:   Friday Sep 3 - 6:01am
NEW Post-ABC poll: Americans disapprove by 2-to-1 of Biden’s handling of Afghanistan, and his overall approval rating has dropped from 50% to 44% since June, story by @danbalz @emgusk @sfcpoll https://t.co/8RvRDhZXDw https://t.co/y8c4APGl6P


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 9:16am
RT @WashPostPR: The @washingtonpost today introduced “Teens in America,” a series examining the past year through the lens of teenagers in the United States: https://t.co/Yl7rPOW7X0

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:51am
Teens prioritize career success, free time and earning a college degree https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S https://t.co/ozsSzJAd8U


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:22am
9 in 10 teens expect to achieve a good standard of living; most Black and Asian teens expect to become rich https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S https://t.co/8ZINkSHoGE


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:21am
White teens are more pessimistic about America's future than Black, Hispanic and Asian teens https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S https://t.co/Lbxhcgw9XU


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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:18am
A 56% majority of teens say they believe that the country’s best years are behind us, a shift from 2005, when roughly the same percentage said the country’s best years were still ahead of us. https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:15am
Nearly 4 in 10 teens say the pandemic has had a positive impact on their relationships with their parents, compared with about 1 in 10 who say it had a negative impact and roughly half who say it had no impact. https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S

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1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 25 - 8:03am
Weary of turmoil and division, most teens still voice faith in future, Post-Ipsos poll finds https://t.co/P24ICgqY4S

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Aug 17 - 7:01am
@ScharSchool @luzcita @EmGusk A larger 23% of Washington area residents have seriously considered moving since the pandemic began, including 29% of D.C. residents, 25% in the Maryland suburbs and 21% in Virginia suburbs https://t.co/WFLQ5FFnME

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Aug 17 - 6:59am
1 in 7 residents of the D.C. area (15%) moved during the pandemic, a Washington Post- @ScharSchool poll finds. Latest story by @luzcita @EmGusk https://t.co/WFLQ5FFnME https://t.co/13jfZ6y4hY


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2 months ago:   Monday Aug 16 - 9:25am
28% of U.S. adults say they seriously considered moving to a new community since the pandemic began https://t.co/lIkuGoPGUc https://t.co/SFcf1CqNzr


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2 months ago:   Monday Aug 16 - 9:20am
Many younger workers considered changing careers during the pandemic https://t.co/lIkuGoPGUc https://t.co/WCEpeBW2nI


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2 months ago:   Monday Aug 16 - 9:16am
Nearly a third of U.S. workers under 40 considered changing careers during the pandemic https://t.co/lIkuGoy5vC

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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:21am
“This is not unlike post-World War II,” Blendon said. “Thousands of people have died. You had to change your lifestyle, where you work, where your kids are.” https://t.co/iOx9B0FneD

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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:10am
@ScharSchool Virus caution among residents could slow D.C. area’s comeback, Post-Schar School poll finds https://t.co/pinU0Nw0jY

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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:10am
@ScharSchool Commuting patterns, workplaces may look different in a post-pandemic Washington, Post-Schar School poll finds https://t.co/taqaJO1Hvk

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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:10am
Read some of the latest polls we've conducted along with the @ScharSchool Masks, comfortable clothes likely to linger after pandemic, Post-Schar School polling finds https://t.co/iOx9B0FneD

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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:06am
Most Americans have eaten in a restaurant, visited a doctor/dentist or gotten a haircut in a salon or barbershop in the last three months https://t.co/iOx9B0FneD https://t.co/Xel1Y0TR4o


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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:05am
Republicans are more likely to have fully returned to their normal lives than Democrats or independents https://t.co/iOx9B0FneD https://t.co/ogJbRxxN7b


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2 months ago:   Sunday Aug 8 - 8:04am
Masks, comfortable clothes likely to linger after pandemic, Post-Schar School polling finds, via @goldsteinamy and @EmGusk https://t.co/iOx9B0FneD

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2 months ago:   Friday Aug 6 - 11:58am
What is closest to the right mix of telework versus leaving home for work after the pandemic is over? AMONG D.C. AREA WORKERS: 10% all telework 16% mostly telework 25% evenly split 15% mostly leaving home for work 33% always leaving home for work https://t.co/taqaJO1Hvk https://t.co/ywKtoYy9L2


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2 months ago:   Friday Aug 6 - 11:55am
Most in the D.C. area expect to things at the same frequency post-pandemic https://t.co/pinU0Nepsq https://t.co/zapAuabQJ8


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2 months ago:   Friday Aug 6 - 11:54am
Virus caution among residents could slow D.C. area’s comeback, Post-Schar School poll finds, story by @luzcita and @EmGusk https://t.co/pinU0Nepsq

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2 months ago:   Friday Aug 6 - 11:51am
Commuting patterns, workplaces may look different in a post-pandemic Washington, Post-Schar School poll finds, story by @luzcita and @EmGusk https://t.co/taqaJO1Hvk

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3 months ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 12:08am
Biden has positive marks for handling pandemic, negative ratings on immigration and crime https://t.co/HajcG51reP https://t.co/keNrZnmkTp


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3 months ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 12:07am
95% of Democrats approve of how he's handling the pandemic 33% of Republicans approve of how he's handling the pandemic

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3 months ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 12:06am
In the new Post-ABC poll, Biden's overall approval rating is 50% positive and 42% negative, virtually the same as in April https://t.co/HajcG51reP

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3 months ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 12:05am
More than 6 in 10 Americans approve of the job Biden has done dealing with the pandemic, almost identical to his April ratings on the issue https://t.co/HajcG51reP

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3 months ago:   Sunday Jul 4 - 12:02am
Post-ABC poll: Biden earns high marks for handling the pandemic, but many Republicans resist vaccines https://t.co/HajcG51reP

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3 months ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 6:37am
@sfcpoll @CleveWootson @EmGusk Americans give Biden negative ratings for how he has handled the issue of crime, according to the poll, with 38 percent approving and 48 percent disapproving, while a sizable 14 percent offer no opinion. https://t.co/gVSjWfU5EH

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3 months ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 6:16am
@sfcpoll @CleveWootson @EmGusk Read topline results and methods from our national Post-ABC poll https://t.co/T1GqnRkpLT As well as crosstabs by group https://t.co/Pn0jseuUDf

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3 months ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 6:11am
@sfcpoll @CleveWootson @EmGusk % saying each would reduce violent crime 75% more funding for economic opportunities in poor communities 65% using social workers to help police defuse situations 55% increased police funding 51% stricter enforcement of gun laws 46% stricter gun laws https://t.co/gVSjWfU5EH https://t.co/09rirG7ElR


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3 months ago:   Friday Jul 2 - 6:01am
New Post-ABC poll: Concern over crime is growing — but Americans don’t just want more police - story by @CleveWootson @sfcpoll @EmGusk https://t.co/gVSjWfU5EH https://t.co/68SEWMaxaG


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3 months ago:   Thursday Jul 1 - 12:55pm
62% of U.S. adults say it is more important to pass new laws "making it easier for people to vote lawfully," 30% say it's more important to pass new laws "making it harder for people to vote fraudulently" @sfcpoll @emgusk https://t.co/pEKYORy6jY

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3 months ago:   Thursday Jul 1 - 12:51pm
Most Americans prioritize making lawful voting easier, Washington Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/pEKYORy6jY

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5 months ago:   Friday May 21 - 12:17pm
RT @merrillcollege: The latest story from the first @PovichCenter poll conducted in collaboration with @washingtonpost and @cdceumd went live this morning. Findings "hint at the stark racial divide" among Americans in their feelings on the anthem. #merrillmade #fearlessjournalism https://t.co/fhcRtPxkCB

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5 months ago:   Friday May 21 - 8:10am
White Americans are more likely to say the anthem represents pride, freedom and patriotism while Black Americans are more likely to espouse negative views https://t.co/vwjIr3ozko https://t.co/91EKxqQpQE


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5 months ago:   Friday May 21 - 8:06am
Nearly 6 in 10 Americans say they would feel upset if sports leagues stopped playing the national anthem before events https://t.co/vwjIr3ozko https://t.co/B3heE5NPXK


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5 months ago:   Friday May 21 - 8:04am
Fewer than 4 in 10 Black Americans say the national anthem makes them feel positive https://t.co/vwjIr3ozko https://t.co/PTvWUoWX9G


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5 months ago:   Friday May 21 - 8:03am
Post-UMD poll: How do Americans feel about the anthem at sporting events? It depends which Americans you ask. https://t.co/vwjIr3ozko

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5 months ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 7:47am
Americans are divided evenly on whether Biden is doing too much to enact new laws trying to reduce gun violence , with 32% saying each. Another 28% saying he is doing the right amount. https://t.co/escri3Xmkm https://t.co/NNrEbk0qxL


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5 months ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 7:33am
50% of U.S. adults say the higher priority should "be enacting new laws to try to reduce gun violence," while 43% say "protecting the rights of gun owners" should be a higher priority. In 2018, public prioritized new laws by 57%-34% https://t.co/1HSVwB2q80 https://t.co/Pk9cQdNm2s


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5 months ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 7:07am
Post-ABC poll: Support for new gun laws falls from peak after Parkland shooting https://t.co/1HSVwBk1wA https://t.co/5zQG8wNqai


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5 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 7:09am
Since pandemic began, 1 in 6 say their personal relationships have gotten stronger, while 1 in 5 say they have gotten weaker https://t.co/tADPj0dU9o https://t.co/og5vwUq2SB


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5 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 7:08am
Women and non-White Americans are more likely to say their families are financially worse off since the pandemic began https://t.co/tADPj0dU9o https://t.co/fJkXgtsROE


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5 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 7:06am
Most Americans say their finances are "about the same" since before the pandemic, though about 1 in 5 say they are worse off https://t.co/tADPj0dU9o https://t.co/VjDGVzUY95


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5 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 7:04am
A quarter of women say they are financially worse off a year into pandemic, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/tADPj0dU9o

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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 7:09am
Post-ABC poll: 15% of U.S. adults say the pandemic is "not at all under control," down from 52% in January. A 55% majority now say it's "somewhat under control," w/ 28% saying it is mostly/completely under control. Story via @goldsteinamy @sfcpoll https://t.co/eABgMquRyU

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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:45am
About 3 in 4 unvaccinated adults say they are unwilling to get the J&J vaccine in a Post-ABC poll conducted just before it's usage was resumed https://t.co/eABgMquRyU https://t.co/isku5Y20TK


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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:37am
Read topline results and methods from the Post-ABC poll on the coronavirus and vaccines -> https://t.co/2PlmZNKR4f Crosstabs with results by group -> https://t.co/Op3d6R1x96 And our full story -> https://t.co/L4WUoCwxBl https://t.co/GV9XyPW7g0

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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:22am
Post-ABC poll: 45% support/51% oppose businesses requiring employees who come into work to get vaccinated after all Americans have the opportunity. 65% of Democrats support such requirements vs. 42% of independents and 22% of Republicans https://t.co/L4WUoCwxBl

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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:19am
Post-ABC poll: About 1 in 4 adults say they probably or definitely won't get a coronavirus vaccine (24%). Hesitancy rises to 40% among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, and to 55% among Republicans ages 18-39. https://t.co/L4WUoCO8sT https://t.co/fOgzoVFcpw


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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:15am
RT @sfcpoll: More than 7 in 10 Americans overall say the Pfizer (73%) and Moderna (71%) vaccines are safe, compared with 46% for Johnson & Johnson. Among unvaccinated adults, about half say Pfizer and Moderna are safe, along with 28% for J&J. - Post-ABC national poll https://t.co/qOVmUihQs7 https://t.co/UUjbC5JwjW


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5 months ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 6:09am
Post-ABC poll: The public’s concerns over the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine are widespread, with 22% of unvaccinated Americans saying they would be willing to get the J&J shot. Story by @goldsteinamy @sfcpoll https://t.co/L4WUoCwxBl https://t.co/i4jd4RaDDa


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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 6:45am
The American Rescue Package receives strong public support, with 65% saying they back the plan compared with 31% opposed. Just over 9 in 10 Democrats support it, as do 1 in 3 Republicans and around 6 in 10 independents. https://t.co/bXt3t8D7ka

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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 1:35am
By 2 to 1, Americans say that Biden should be willing to make “major changes” to his proposals to win Republican support, rather than trying to enact proposals without making major changes and getting no backing from congressional Republicans. https://t.co/bXt3t8D7ka

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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 12:23am
49 percent of Democrats rate the economy positively today, up from 18 percent in September. Meanwhile, 35 percent of Republicans give the economy positive marks today, compared with 69 percent who said that seven months ago. https://t.co/bXt3t8UIIK

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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 12:16am
RT @danbalz: A slight majority of Americans approve of Joe Biden as he nears 100 days in office, and they support his major initiatives. But Americans also want him to work with Republicans, a Washington Post-ABC News poll finds. My latest w/ @sfcpoll @emgusk https://t.co/KnFMD2yLZp

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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 12:07am
Biden wins high marks for handling pandemic, low grades for immigration at U.S.-Mexico border. More in Post-ABC poll story: https://t.co/bXt3t8UIIK https://t.co/5HEf2tuLGT


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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 12:05am
Biden wins positive ratings ahead of 100th day, better than Trump, worse than others since Eisenhower https://t.co/bXt3t8UIIK https://t.co/J9v6HOMWox


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5 months ago:   Sunday Apr 25 - 12:04am
Americans give Biden mostly positive marks for first 100 days, Post-ABC poll finds; story by @danbalz @sfcpoll & @emgusk https://t.co/bXt3t8UIIK

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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 6:18am
RT @sfcpoll: Post-ABC poll finds 63% of Americans say Black people and other minorities don't receive equal treatment in the criminal justice system as White people. That's down from 69% but stands higher than all previous surveys since 1988 https://t.co/BRQRY9pxjZ https://t.co/cT8Da9uDra


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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 6:03am
New Post-ABC poll: Most Americans support greater scrutiny of police as discrimination concerns persist https://t.co/3wt2fWeZtX https://t.co/hM2ZLUuvNs


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6 months ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 7:19am
Younger health-care workers more likely to feel burned out https://t.co/VwzPeLlXon https://t.co/q9ZrTe1jbe


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6 months ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 7:17am
About 3 in 10 health-care workers say they have considered no longer working in health care https://t.co/VwzPeLlXon https://t.co/66RrYXScWo


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6 months ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 7:16am
Burned out by the pandemic, 3 in 10 health-care workers consider leaving the profession, Post-@kff poll finds. Story by @thewanreport https://t.co/VwzPeLlXon

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6 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 6 - 8:59am
Worry, exhaustion, constantly changing safety rules and long hours of wearing PPE are just a few things America’s health-care workers cite as the hardest parts of going to work on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/yTkExQvV0U

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6 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 6 - 7:07am
Most health-care workers feel hopeful and motivated going to work, but also burned out https://t.co/yTkExQNwpu https://t.co/VFwqtkTVRe


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6 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 6 - 6:39am
Stress on the front lines of covid-19: Health-care workers share the hardest parts of working during the pandemic. https://t.co/yTkExQNwpu

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6 months ago:   Monday Apr 5 - 9:13am
Nearly 2 in 3 health-care workers who don't plan to be vaccinated or haven't decided said they would quit rather than get a shot https://t.co/vxC1LF6vcA https://t.co/jVHTN1kIY2


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6 months ago:   Monday Apr 5 - 9:11am
70% of non-health-care workers support requiring health-care workers who work with patients to become vaccinated

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6 months ago:   Monday Apr 5 - 9:10am
58% of health-care workers with employers support their employer requiring all employees to work with patients to become vaccinated https://t.co/vxC1LF6vcA

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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 2 - 10:10am
61% of parents whose kids had practices, games or seasons cancelled said their children have missed playing sports "a lot" https://t.co/Lp23lyl03e

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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 2 - 9:08am
Most children who played sports pre-pandemic are still not playing sports https://t.co/Lp23lyl03e https://t.co/suaoQAaCef


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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 2 - 9:05am
Most parents say disruptions to youth sports had negative impact on several aspects of children's lives https://t.co/Lp23lyl03e https://t.co/cozsXOxzID


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6 months ago:   Friday Apr 2 - 9:03am
Post-UMD poll: Six in 10 parents say loss of sports affected kids’ emotional well-being, by @romanstubbs, @emgusk and @sfcpoll https://t.co/Lp23lyl03e