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The U.S. public is highly critical of the way the government is dealing with asylum seekers at the border. While there are clear partisan differences, a sizable minority of Republicans and Republican leaners (44%) say the government is doing a bad job https://pewrsr.ch/2KFD6LB
At this early stage of the presidential race, there are notable demographic differences in the preferences of Democratic voters. This chart shows where they are https://pewrsr.ch/2Zec6bz
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50% of Americans know which religious tradition Yoga is most closely associated with. Do you? https://pewrsr.ch/2OtOS15
RT @PewReligion: Of the 34 Jewish members of the current Congress, 32 are Democrats and two are Republicans: https://www.pewforum.org/2019/01/03/faith-on-the-hill-116/ https:…
RT @pewinternet: 31% of teens say they lose focus in class because they are checking their cellphone; 38% say that never happens https://t.…
RT @pewglobal: Top ten countries with high levels of government harassment of religious groups: 🇮🇷 Iran 🇷🇺 Russia 🇲🇾 Malaysia 🇻🇳 Vietnam…
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A majority of Americans say they know only some of their neighbors, but far fewer say they know most of them. https://pewrsr.ch/305lEa0
A look at the data on murders, suicides and other gun deaths in the U.S. and how they have changed over time. https://pewrsr.ch/2YVWu0U
About nine-in-ten Americans see research scientists as intelligent, while a smaller majority describe them as good communicators. https://pewrsr.ch/2z9HwoQ
Black and Hispanic adults remain less likely than whites to say they own a traditional computer or have high speed internet at home. But smartphones are playing a role in helping to bridge these differences. https://pewrsr.ch/2Z1PKPf
RT @FactTank: The teen birth rate in the United States is at a record low, dropping below 18 births per 1,000 girls and women ages 15 to 19…
RT @pewmethods: The dataset from Wave 33 of @pewresearch's American Trends Panel is available online to download for free, containing surve…
RT @conradhackett: Take the 2019 @pewresearch religious knowledge quiz: https://www.pewresearch.org/quiz/u-s-religious-knowledge-quiz/ How did you do?
Are kids #backtoschool in your area yet? We took a look at back-to-school dates for school districts across the U.S. and found some regional variations – for example, earlier starts are more common in the South and Southwest. https://pewrsr.ch/2KKMH43
U.S. adult Twitter users are younger and more likely to be Democrats than the general public. Most users rarely tweet, but the most prolific 10% create 80% of tweets from adult U.S. users. https://pewrsr.ch/2ISKkwH
How much do you know about religion? And how do you compare with the average American? Here’s your chance to find out by taking our 15-question quiz https://pewrsr.ch/2LA1CAW
The share of Americans saying colleges and universities have a negative effect on the way things are going in the U.S. has increased by 12 points since 2012. The increase in negative views has come almost entirely from Republicans and Republican leaners https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
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25% of Hispanics and 23% of blacks in America are “smartphone only” internet users – meaning they lack traditional home broadband service but do own a smartphone https://pewrsr.ch/2Z1PKPf
(5/5) Do you listen to traditional radio, online radio or podcasts? What are your favorite shows?
(4/5) The percentage of Americans who have listened to a podcast has also substantially increased over the last decade.
(3/5) While the share of the public listening to online radio continues to grow
(2/5) The audience for terrestrial radio remains steady and high.
(1/5) For #NationalRadioDay, here’s a thread of findings from our Audio and Podcasting Fact Sheet: https://pewrsr.ch/2NK1K2r
82% of whites report owning a desktop or laptop computer, compared with 58% of blacks and 57% of Hispanics. https://pewrsr.ch/2Z1PKPf
RT @FactTank: Black and Hispanic adults remain less likely than whites to say they own a traditional computer or have high speed internet a…
RT @pewglobal: Share saying immigrants today make our country stronger because of their work and talents: 🇬🇧 UK: 62% 🇸🇪 Sweden: 62 🇩🇪 Germ…
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RT @pewglobal: Across most countries surveyed in 2018, people are more supportive of accepting refugees than immigrants https://t.co/v34gJM…
A vast majority of college graduates say college was useful for them in terms of helping them grow personally and intellectually. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
From 2015 to 2019, the share of Republicans who say colleges have a negative effect on the U.S. went up from 37% to 59%. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
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In 2018, 84% of Democrats said they have a great deal or fair amount of confidence in college and university professors to act in the best interests of the public. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
73% of American adults say race or ethnicity shouldn’t not be a factor in college admissions decisions. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
67% of Americans say high school grades should be a major factor in making college admissions decisions. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
40% of Republicans say research scientists “don’t pay attention to the moral values of society,” compared with 26% of Democrats. https://pewrsr.ch/2z9HwoQ
The share of Americans saying colleges and universities have a negative effect has increased by 12 percentage points since 2012. The increase in negative views has come almost entirely from Republicans and independents who lean Republican. https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
29% of Americans see research scientists as "cold" https://pewrsr.ch/2z9HwoQ
RT @pewresearch: There is an undercurrent of dissatisfaction – even suspicion – among the U,S, public about the role colleges play in socie…
There is an undercurrent of dissatisfaction – even suspicion – among the U,S, public about the role colleges play in society and these views are increasingly linked to partisanship. https://pewrsr.ch/2YzASXT
Chart: Majorities of Americans see scientists as intelligent, focused on solving real-world problems https://pewrsr.ch/2z9HwoQ
"The Growing Partisan Divide in Views of Higher Education" - a special essay on how partisanship is affecting Americans' views about colleges and universities https://pewrsr.ch/2TIs38K
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RT @pewscience: NEW: Most Americans have positive image of research scientists, but fewer see them as good communicators https://t.co/69Ss9…
New from @FactTank: Studies have explored the idea that stereotypes of scientists could undermine public trust in them or result in deterring diverse groups from pursuing education and jobs in science. https://pewrsr.ch/2z9HwoQ
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The number of undergraduates in the U.S. has increased dramatically, with growth fueled almost exclusively by students from low-income families and students of color. But these changes are not occurring uniformly across the postsecondary landscape. https://pewrsr.ch/2VKwEqt
When asked about their second choices for the Democratic nomination, Democrats are roughly evenly divided between Elizabeth Warren (21%) and Kamala Harris (19%) https://pewrsr.ch/2Z8gAo8
 
 
 
 
 
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