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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 2:01pm
Most Mexicans say Central American migrants should be deported to their countries of origin La mayoría de los mexicanos opina que los migrantes centroamericanos deben ser deportados a sus países de origen English: https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ Español: https://t.co/g20nnd3hcE https://t.co/StQbqSOyud


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 11:15am
ICYMI: Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:35am
Los mexicanos aprueban por poco la forma en que López Obrador está manejando la relación con EEUU https://t.co/g20nnd3hcE https://t.co/WvyUmajo4G


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:30am
53% of Mexicans trust the national guard, 67% say they'd like the national guard to be in their city, 45% say they feel more safe with the national guard in place https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:27am
40% of Mexicans say the country is on the right track, 26% say it's on the wrong track https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:13am
The new Post-Reforma poll finds 64% of Mexicans say migrants are mainly a burden on the country, 20% say they strengthen it. In 2018, @pewresearch found 37% of Mexicans saying migrants are mainly a burden, 57% said they strengthen it. https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:11am
39% of Mexicans saw migrants commit more crimes than Mexicans 21% say they commit fewer crimes 31% don't see any difference https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:04am
Mexico's most important problem: 2% of Mexicans name immigration 55% say insecurity 9% corruption 9% unemployment 7% economy 4% poverty 4% political problems 4% social problems https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:37am
Mexicans narrowly approve of how López Obrador is handling relationship with U.S. https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ https://t.co/JivEgrtRDr


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:36am
La mayoría de los mexicanos tiene una visión negativa de Trump https://t.co/g20nnd3hcE https://t.co/wSPgLpl05T


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:34am
Mexicans have an overwhelmingly negative view of Trump https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ https://t.co/noOzZhMqAq


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:26am
7 in 10 Mexicans approve of President López Obrador https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ https://t.co/eqLNneiBtd


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:25am
51% of Mexicans support using the country's newly formed national guard to combat migration of undocumented immigrants in Mexico. https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:23am
Most Mexicans say Central American migrants should be deported to their countries of origin https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ https://t.co/xPBqa4ov2l


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:22am
Mexicans are deeply frustrated with immigrants after a year of heightened migration from Central America through the country, according to a survey conducted by The Washington Post and Mexico’s Reforma newspaper. https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 6:21am
Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds https://t.co/mIgazATWYJ

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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 13 - 2:23pm
An early look at the 2020 class of swing voters https://t.co/tD9sVvUiTa

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:33am
We studied how D.C.-area residents get around. Here are the 4 types we found. https://t.co/LK6njDvqQl

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:29am
@ScharSchool @luzcita @sfcpoll 26% of D.C.-area residents are "Completely Cars" who are committed drivers 20% are Homebodies, who travel less frequently in general https://t.co/lGWPHoVSvp

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:27am
@ScharSchool @luzcita @sfcpoll 36% are Drivers Who Dabble - The largest group, these are frequent drivers who will occasionally use Metro or try others modes, but eventually return to their cars. They're a promising group to lure out of cars to transit alternatives https://t.co/lGWPHoVSvp

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:25am
@ScharSchool @luzcita @sfcpoll 18% in D.C.-area are Transportation Omnivores - early adopters of scooters/ride-hailing apps who incorporate just about every mode of transportation in their travels https://t.co/lGWPHoVSvp

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:22am
New this morning: What type of commuter are you? New analysis of Post- @ScharSchool poll divides D.C. area residents into four groups. W/ @luzcita @sfcpoll https://t.co/lGWPHoVSvp https://t.co/cG3UDa4mN1


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:29am
Most Americans have circumstantial views of abortion laws — a majority say that abortion should be either legal in most cases (33 percent) or illegal in most cases (22 percent), according to latest Post-ABC poll https://t.co/Txh3Ijxks8

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:26am
See results by group for the latest Post-ABC poll on abortion attitudes here https://t.co/CujCP3N9t6 Full topline and methods https://t.co/j9joa9WzUL And the full story https://t.co/SsLL0wE5Ol https://t.co/F1Mu65PnAf


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:22am
41% plurality of Americans say their state should leave the law on women's access to abortion as it is now 32% say their state should make it easier for women to access abortion 24% say they should make it harder to access New Post-ABC poll: https://t.co/SsLL0wE5Ol https://t.co/Qvb082CKLz


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:18am
60% of Americans say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, matching a record high in Post-ABC last reached in 1995 https://t.co/818dcTbqJR https://t.co/YIvc2jteiN


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:06am
NEW Post-ABC poll: Abortion support is the highest it’s been in two decades two-decade high as challenges to Roe mount https://t.co/SsLL0wE5Ol https://t.co/SPGhS2XaJB


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 12:16am
The economy is the lone issue in the survey where Trump enjoys positive numbers, with 51 percent saying they approve of the way he has dealt with issues. https://t.co/Zd3mjZqgHN

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 12:14am
"The survey highlights significant differences between women and men in their candidate preference, a continuation of a trend that has been evident throughout Trump’s presidency." https://t.co/Zd3mjZqgHN

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 12:10am
Among Democratic challengers, only Biden emerges with a clear advantage to Trump https://t.co/SzjoYNgzGZ https://t.co/8sQymGikLk


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 12:04am
Trump's approval rating on most issues is net negative, and more than 6 in 10 Americans say he has acted in ways that are unpresidential since he was sworn into office. https://t.co/xuJALsGNRI

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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 12:03am
Aided by a strong economy, Trump approval rises, but a majority also see him as ‘unpresidential’ https://t.co/xuJALsGNRI

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:26am
45% of Dems/Dem leaners name Biden as the candidate best positioned to beat Trump in 2020. Sanders runs a distant second at 18%, followed by Harris at 9% and Warren at 7%. No other candidate gets above 2% on the electability question. https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:24am
Meanwhile, 20% of Democratic-leaning adults say issues of special concern to women are a top issue, with 18% apiece saying the same of the economy and abortion. Fewer say foreign policy (12%) and taxes (10%) are an important factor.

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:24am
Health care stands out as a key issue for Democrats and Dem leaners, with 29% saying it’s one of the most important factors in their 2020 general election vote. But climate change (25%), immigration (24%) and gun violence (23%) also rank highly. https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:22am
No other candidate tops 10% when combining first and second choices. Buttigieg comes closest, with a combined 9%. Thirteen candidates register at 2% or lower in the combined first and second choices.

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:21am
The Post-ABC survey shows a clear stratification of the large Democratic field, based on a combination of 1st & 2nd choices. Four candidates — Biden, Sanders, Warren and Harris — are chosen by at least 20% as the 1st & 2nd choice of Dems/Dem leaners. https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 7:19am
The new survey finds strong support among Democrats for a government-run health care plan, with about 3 in 4 saying that is their preference. Two in 3 Democrats say they would support such a system even if it meant an end to private insurance. https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:27am
Harris's debate performance wins strongest positive reactions, followed by Warren's https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO https://t.co/xq59eV3cun


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:15am
The latest from @sfcpoll and @danbalz on the 2020 Democratic primary https://t.co/IVyUpzjawL

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:04am
RT @postpolitics: In new poll, Biden leads Democratic 2020 contenders as Harris draws praise for debate performance https://t.co/v31P2cZzxe

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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:02am
Democrats most supportive of Biden, Sanders, Warren and Harris for party's nomination https://t.co/Sjkj2J3mvO https://t.co/xIGwOE74nA


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:01am
New Post-ABC poll: Biden holds lead in Democratic presidential contest as Harris is praised for debate performance https://t.co/IVyUpzjawL

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 8:39am
About 7 in 10 Washington-area residents think Amazon will mainly have a "good impact" on the region, while about 2 in 10 say it will be mainly bad. Optimism fairly consistent across region - read full story https://t.co/MeqP8DWMhI https://t.co/eFECAS7CFm


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 8:23am
74% in D.C. area expect Amazon's arrival will lead to significant economic growth, Post-Schar School poll finds https://t.co/MeqP8DWMhI https://t.co/6YecxtkD5i


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 8:11am
63% of D.C.-area residents think Amazon's arrival will lead to significantly higher costs of living, according to Post- @ScharSchool poll https://t.co/1xcfboY2iL https://t.co/f4SsR17BrN


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 8:10am
Read full results from a fresh Post- @ScharSchool poll on Amazon's impact on the D.C. area --> https://t.co/eC83Loq7yO Story --> https://t.co/MeqP8DFbqa

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 8:02am
D.C. area thinks Amazon headquarters will have good impact overall, despite concerns - new story on Post- @ScharSchool poll by @McCartneyWP @EmGusk https://t.co/1xcfboY2iL https://t.co/S8H8YA1Vsm


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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 6:40am
DC residents are more likely to complain about bicyclists’ behavior, with 61% saying cyclists break the rules of the road at least very often compared w/ 48% in the Md. suburbs and 47% in the Va. suburbs. About a third of DC residents say cyclists almost always break laws (32%).

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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 6:38am
When it comes to cyclists, nearly half (49 percent) of Washington-area residents say bikers break traffic laws at least very often, including 22 percent who say they do almost all the time. https://t.co/4ZZ6dHe93s

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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 6:23am
District residents more likely than those in suburbs to say bicyclists and scooter riders violate traffic laws https://t.co/4ZZ6dHe93s https://t.co/X4lwUSK5bf


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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 6:18am
More Washington area residents say drivers violate traffic laws more often than bicyclists, pedestrians or scooter riders https://t.co/4ZZ6dHe93s https://t.co/Xo9isrIrkS


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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 12:23am
More Washingtonians say drivers are bad than say the same of cyclists, walkers, scooter riders, poll finds https://t.co/JPFE2EAwwA

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1 month ago:   Monday Jun 10 - 12:16am
Nearly 6 in 10 Washington-area residents say drivers frequently violate traffic laws in the region, more than say the same about pedestrians, bicyclists or electric scooter riders https://t.co/mX0uSmaJL4

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 10:32am
A 73% majority of D.C.-area workers commute by car, truck or van, according to the most recent data from the American Community Survey, which covers a 5-year period from '13 to '17. That has hardly budged from the 74% who drove to work between '05 and '09. https://t.co/SrR3e59pXD

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:33am
Most Washington-area residents get around by driving and walking https://t.co/fFWy2Hblv3 https://t.co/9OelBjxVmp


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:32am
Most Washington-area residents, 61 percent, say they used Uber, Lyft or a similar ride-hailing service in the past year. Six years ago, when the services were just becoming popular, 13 percent of residents said they had ever used a ride-hailing service https://t.co/fFWy2Hblv3

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:30am
They’ve been zipping around the District for more than a year, becoming a source of both convenience and consternation. But their ubiquity raises the question — how many people are using electric scooters, and who are they? https://t.co/OgVMuJ3mE0 https://t.co/BQuyCPgDiv


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:28am
A clear majority of D.C.-area residents, 62%, use their own car daily to get around, a big contrast with other transportation options such as commuter rail (1%) and Metrobus (5%). Only 7% of Washington area residents say they ride Metro daily. https://t.co/fFWy2Hblv3

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:27am
The many ways people get around the D.C. area https://t.co/NrsZlmPZkM https://t.co/L9owgTHkJf


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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:17am
D.C.-regionwide, 85 percent of residents say they have driven their own car to get places in the past year, including larger shares in the Northern Virginia (92 percent) and Maryland (85 percent) suburbs than in the District (64 percent). https://t.co/fFWy2Hblv3

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:12am
Nearly 1 in 6 D.C. residents ride e-scooters, according to Post-Schar School poll https://t.co/5IY8ftFDGk

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1 month ago:   Friday Jun 7 - 8:10am
The car is still king in the Washington region https://t.co/PqRjstTcea

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1 month ago:   Wednesday May 29 - 11:17am
Did Congress read the Mueller report? More than a quarter of these key lawmakers won’t say. https://t.co/eOJdgh1PFj

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1 month ago:   Friday May 24 - 2:37pm
RT @sfcpoll: New data from @EmGusk and me, with a stellar graphic and design by @KevinUhrm https://t.co/AtGenZxPim

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1 month ago:   Friday May 24 - 2:34pm
Did Congress read the Mueller report? More than a quarter of these key lawmakers won’t say. https://t.co/Q4ch5fLITo

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2 months ago:   Friday May 17 - 8:05am
Nearly every major demographic surveyed opposes a congestion pricing toll to enter downtown D.C. during high-traffic times, according to Post- @ScharSchool poll of Washington-area residents https://t.co/vgyqw1hfHm https://t.co/jeCVXWEDrj


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2 months ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:46am
Support for a toll to enter downtown D.C. during high-traffic areas ranges by County/City Washington area total: 34% D.C. 40% Montgomery 40% Arlington/Alex./Falls Church: 40% Fairfax Co. 37% Loudoun/Prince W. 27% Prince George's 23% https://t.co/h2edZoCahF https://t.co/bJADgn6Kcr


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2 months ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:21am
56% of Washington-area residents support switching a lane of traffic on busy streets to a bus-only lane during rush hour. 42% support doing the same for new bike lanes, new Post- @ScharSchool School poll finds https://t.co/h2edZoTL9d https://t.co/VVYBrQ7Gt3


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2 months ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:12am
NEW: Washington-area residents widely oppose paying a toll to drive into downtown D.C., Post- @ScharSchool poll finds https://t.co/h2edZoCahF https://t.co/zlj16nt6X2


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2 months ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:08am
Washington-area residents widely oppose paying a toll to drive into downtown D.C. https://t.co/tXsGRckHCs

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:59am
43% of Washington area residents support the increasing usage of adjustable-rate tolls in general, which become more expensive when traffic is heavy. 53% oppose these. https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:54am
46% of D.C.-area residents say expanding and rebuilding the American Legion Bridge is "extremely" or "very" important 40% say building another crossing across the Potomac between Sterling, Va. and Poolesville, Md. is "extremely" or "very" important. https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:28am
RT @luzcita: Clear majority of Washington-area residents favor adding toll lanes to I-270 and Md’s part of the Beltway, a centerpiece of ⁦@GovLarryHogan⁩’s traffic relief plans, according to new poll. Via ⁦⁦@shaverk⁩ and ⁦@EmGuskhttps://t.co/mfS0oWaLvA

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:16am
% each of D.C.-area residents who say local leaders should focus on: 32% improving the condition of roads 28% reducing traffic on roads 20% improving Metrorail 4% improve local buses 4% make it easier to walk 4% make it easier to bike https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:11am
A clear majority of Washington-area residents favor adding express toll lanes to I-270 and Maryland’s part of the Beltway, a centerpiece of Maryland Gov. Hogan’s traffic relief plans, according to a Post-Schar School poll. by @shaverk and @EmGusk https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:10am
RT @WashPostPR: NEW WashPost-Schar School poll: 61 percent of D.C.-area residents favor plan to add toll lanes to Beltway, I-270 via @shaverk and @EmGusk https://t.co/PyuH8DJfj0

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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:07am
A majority of D.C.-area residents express concerns abut impact, cost and effectiveness of express toll lanes https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4 https://t.co/tD7rojri1L


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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:05am
Support for adding express toll lanes to Beltway and I-270 in Maryland https://t.co/vtFeLevDT4 https://t.co/UYPKL1Xdnb


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2 months ago:   Sunday May 12 - 9:01am
Post-Schar School poll: 61 percent of D.C.-area residents favor plan to add toll lanes to Beltway, I-270 https://t.co/noNiQhnBSt

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:28am
Washington-area residents give Metro positive marks, rebounding from 2017 drop-off https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co https://t.co/hCBeAPoxKW


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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:28am
At least 2/3 of residents in D.C. & the Md./Va. suburbs rate Metro positively. In D.C. & Md. suburbs, ratings recovered to be as favorable as they were in 2013, in suburban Va., impressions have improved but are still a bit below where they were in 2013 https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:26am
Frequent Metro riders are more likely to say the system has improved https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co https://t.co/LvNa2ujTu1


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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:26am
What would make people ride Metro more? https://t.co/ZSa1AujB3W https://t.co/PotPi8k5Xo


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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:15am
We asked those who ride Metro less why in an open-ended question: 36% voiced a criticism of Metro 35% said something abut their working/living situation changed 21% switched to another type of transportation (mostly driving) 6% mentioned family/heath issues 9% said something else

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:12am
Washington-area residents compared with five years ago: 16% ride Metro more often 40% ride Metro less often 39% haven't changed how much they ride Metro https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:09am
Positive Metrorail ratings among Washington-area residents: 2013: 71% 2017: 42% 2019: 68% https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:08am
RT @postlocal: Poll: Metro’s reputation improving, but that doesn’t mean more are riding https://t.co/3JCATosDPu

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:04am
New from @McCartneyWP, @sfcpoll and @EmGusk: 68% of Washington area residents rate Metrorail positively, up from 42 percent in 2017 https://t.co/ZSa1Au20co

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2 months ago:   Friday May 10 - 7:00am
Post-Schar School poll: Washington-area residents warming up to Metro again, but that doesn’t mean more are riding https://t.co/npJeCJpR5K

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:24am
@EmGusk @DavidNakamura Post-ABC poll: 34% of registered voters say Trump's handling of illegal immigration makes them more likely to support his re-election. 42% say it makes them more likely to oppose him, while 22% say issue is not a factor https://t.co/FQJnpDwYMs

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:21am
30% of Americans support making it "harder" for undocumented immigrants to request asylum, 27% "easier" and 34% say "leave this as it is now" https://t.co/Qqln4PJIh6 Read Post's full story on Trump administration proposals to change asylum rules https://t.co/8UonxTk8sx

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:18am
@EmGusk @DavidNakamura And 57% of public overall disapproves of Trump's handling of immigration. 39% approve, including 74% of Republicans https://t.co/FQJnpDwYMs

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:16am
@EmGusk @DavidNakamura 64% disapprove of Trump's use of an emergency declaration in February to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border - 55% say they "strongly oppose" this https://t.co/FQJnpDwYMs

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:07am
@EmGusk @DavidNakamura Americans assign a similar level of blame for the immigration situation to congressional Democrats (35%) and President Trump (32%), new Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/FQJnpDwYMs

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2 months ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 7:04am
New Post-ABC poll: Percentage of Democrats who see border ‘crisis’ jumps 17 points since January amid spike in migrant families, by @EmGusk @DavidNakamura https://t.co/Qqln4PJIh6 Full results: https://t.co/mNOjiurLKs https://t.co/I0uFZwyTRi


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2 months ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 7:12am
One trait shared by both Democrats and Republicans in the Post-ABC poll is a high interest in participating in the 2020 election, even 18 months out. https://t.co/IbyhFCRVBX

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2 months ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 7:01am
Just about one-third of voters who say they will not vote for Trump say they will definitely support the Democratic candidate, while about two-thirds in this group say they are “waiting to see” whom Democrats select as the party’s nominee. https://t.co/IbyhFCRVBX

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2 months ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 6:57am
Overall, 60 percent of all voters say the country’s economic system mainly benefits those in power, while 72 percent say the same for the nation’s political structures. https://t.co/IbyhFD9wtv

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2 months ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 6:38am
A plurality of voters say Trump's handling of the economy is a reason to support his reelection, while health care is a net negative https://t.co/IbyhFCRVBX https://t.co/dBmlVPR8eE


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