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FOX 13 Utah
Max Facts: How Americans ‘shop’ for a churchLatter-day Saints, where the rule is you go to the local ward. So this week, w
Max Facts: How Americans ‘shop’ for a church
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 22 hours ago
Latter-day Saints, where the rule is you go to the local ward. So this week, we turned to the amazing researchers at the Pew Center on Religion and Public Life. They asked Americans what they look for when they go looking for a church. The... Read more
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NBC News
Do voter purges discriminate against the poor and minorities?registered voters being removed from the rolls. David Becker, the director of
Do voter purges discriminate against the poor and minorities?
NBC News / Posted 7 days ago
registered voters being removed from the rolls. David Becker, the director of elections initiatives at the nonpartisan Pew Center for Charitable Trusts, said the national pattern makes sense to him. "I think you're finding exactly what I've... Read more
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CNBC
The other wealth gap dividing America's earnersnumbers "call into question one of the most basic tenets of the American Dream,
The other wealth gap dividing America's earners
CNBC / Posted 8 days ago
numbers "call into question one of the most basic tenets of the American Dream," said Paul Taylor, a co-author of the Pew Center analysis, at the time — "The idea that each generation does better than the one that came before." Also in line... Read more
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Philly.com
Cleansing of voter rolls carries risks of biasregistered voters being removed from the rolls. David Becker, the director of
Cleansing of voter rolls carries risks of bias
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
registered voters being removed from the rolls. David Becker, the director of elections initiatives at the nonpartisan Pew Center for Charitable Trusts in Philadelphia, said the national pattern mades sense to him. "I think you're finding... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Film tax credits offer little bang for buck, USC study says“job growth was almost non-existent,” and “market share and industry output did
Film tax credits offer little bang for buck, USC study says
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 11 days ago
“job growth was almost non-existent,” and “market share and industry output didn’t budge.” Thom said that according to a Pew Center on the States report, New Mexico, which spent $490 million on film incentives altogether, got 14 cents per dollar... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Film tax credits offer little bang for buck, USC study says“job growth was almost non-existent,” and “market share and industry output did
Film tax credits offer little bang for buck, USC study says
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
“job growth was almost non-existent,” and “market share and industry output didn’t budge.” Thom said that according to a Pew Center on the States report, New Mexico, which spent $490 million on film incentives altogether, got 14 cents per dollar... Read more
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NBC News
More than just a hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter has us all talking about race morefirst use on Facebook, according to the social-media platform. By examination
More than just a hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter has us all talking about race more
NBC News / Posted 15 days ago
first use on Facebook, according to the social-media platform. By examination of 1 billion publicly available tweets, The Pew Center found that in the past three years, 38 percent of those tweets were "supportive or made positive reference to the... Read more
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FOX News
Setting John Hinckley free is a dangerous decisiontry to kill or harm again, we should consider relevant statistics. They are ins
Setting John Hinckley free is a dangerous decision
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
try to kill or harm again, we should consider relevant statistics. They are instructive. On the low end, a study by the Pew Center on The States found that 43 percent of convicted felons find themselves back behind bars within 3 years after... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
KWWL Iowa / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
KHQ Spokane / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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ABC Montana
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
ABC Montana / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
KTVN Reno / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
WGEM Quincy / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 16 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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Boston Herald
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
Boston Herald / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 per cent that year, and 27 per cent
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
Brandon Sun / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 per cent that year, and 27 per cent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favour Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans flocking to mainland could sway swing states
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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ABC News
Puerto Ricans Flocking to Mainland Could Sway Swing Statesnationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent am
Puerto Ricans Flocking to Mainland Could Sway Swing States
ABC News / Posted 17 days ago
nationally, voter turnout reached about 42 percent that year, and 27 percent among Latinos as a whole, according to the Pew Center. High turnout would likely favor Clinton. Polls show she leads by large margins among Latinos nationally, though... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
True religious oppression Report affirms separationof U.S. government, religionemployers to comply with coverage requirements in the Affordable Care Act. Acc
True religious oppression Report affirms separationof U.S. government, religion
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
employers to comply with coverage requirements in the Affordable Care Act. According to the nonpartisan, nonprofit Pew Center on Religion and Public Life, Americans practice more than 330 religions, from Catholicism to Taoism, from mainline... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
We religiously defend freedomand growing anti-Semitism in Europe. Contrast that to the United States, where
We religiously defend freedom
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 19 days ago
and growing anti-Semitism in Europe. Contrast that to the United States, where according to the nonpartisan, nonprofit Pew Center on Religion and Public Life, we practice more than 330 religions, from Catholicism to Taoism, and from mainline... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Being Muslim in Colorado Springsit's not a surprise that the sisters don't report knowing many other Muslims ou
Being Muslim in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 28 days ago
it's not a surprise that the sisters don't report knowing many other Muslims outside the local mosque. While the Pew Center predicted that percentage will double by 2050, Donald Trump would like to put a stop to that. In December, he said... Read more
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The Christian Post
The Day I Was Transformed on Immigration IssuesThey are shared from the heart, taken into the soul, and they transform us from
The Day I Was Transformed on Immigration Issues
The Christian Post / Posted 29 days ago
They are shared from the heart, taken into the soul, and they transform us from the inside out. According to a recent Pew Center study, nearly 90 percent of Americans currently identify as people of some faith, from Christian to religious but... Read more
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The Columbian
More seniors staying on the jobto decline, which means the economy’s ability to grow will slow, Maki said. Ye
More seniors staying on the job
The Columbian / Posted a month ago
to decline, which means the economy’s ability to grow will slow, Maki said. Yet, more elderly are refusing to slow down. A Pew Center analysis of Labor Department data showed that the proportion of 65 or older workers that are part-timers fell to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Elderly buck trend by staying employedto decline, which means the economy's ability to grow will slow, Maki said. Ye
Elderly buck trend by staying employed
TribLIVE / Posted a month ago
to decline, which means the economy's ability to grow will slow, Maki said. Yet, more elderly are refusing to slow down. A Pew Center analysis of Labor Department data showed that the proportion of 65-or-older workers who are part-timers fell to... Read more
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Christian Today
How controversy over a march to celebrate the conversion of Russia highlights divisions in UkraineChurch. All emerged from the Russian Orthodox Church in the wake of the Soviet
How controversy over a march to celebrate the conversion of Russia highlights divisions in Ukraine
Christian Today / Posted 1 months ago
Church. All emerged from the Russian Orthodox Church in the wake of the Soviet Union's collapse in 1991. According to a Pew Center study conducted in 2011, around 76.7 percent of the total Ukrainian population – some 30 million people – belong... Read more
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