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Breitbart
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Helpdata isn’t some statistical fluke. Other findings, too, attest to the hollowing
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Help
Breitbart / Posted 5 hours ago
data isn’t some statistical fluke. Other findings, too, attest to the hollowing out of the middle class. Last year, the Pew Center found that in 1970, the middle class received 62 percent of the national income; yet in 2014, that percentage had... Read more
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Roll Call
No Experience Necessary?there will do almost nothing to win voters over in 2016, and that’s exactly wha
No Experience Necessary?
Roll Call / Posted yesterday
there will do almost nothing to win voters over in 2016, and that’s exactly what’s happening. According to the Pew Center, 44 percent of Republican voters say they are less likely to support a candidate for president who has significant... Read more
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examiner.com
Reflections of a scholar, activist and theologian (part 3 of 4)Religious groups are creating the negative backlash and then blame people for n
Reflections of a scholar, activist and theologian (part 3 of 4)
examiner.com / Posted 7 days ago
Religious groups are creating the negative backlash and then blame people for not following their intolerant views. (See Pew Center research: http://www.pewforum.org/2012/10/09/nones-on-the-rise/) People of faith are following their consciences... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Why Voters Could Be Removed From The Rollsthere might very well be a good — and legitimate — explanation for why all thos
Why Voters Could Be Removed From The Rolls
KPBS San Diego / Posted 8 days ago
there might very well be a good — and legitimate — explanation for why all those names were removed. A 2010 study by the Pew Center on the States found that 1 in 8 voter registrations in the U.S. — about 24 million records — was invalid or... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Why Voters Could Be Removed From The Rollsthere might very well be a good — and legitimate — explanation for why all thos
Why Voters Could Be Removed From The Rolls
KERA North Texas / Posted 8 days ago
there might very well be a good — and legitimate — explanation for why all those names were removed. A 2010 study by the Pew Center on the States found that one in eight voter registrations in the U.S. — about 24 million records — were invalid or... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
Study suggests ‘highly religious’ people are more likely to be happySALT LAKE CITY -- The Pew Center for Religion and Public Life released a study
Study suggests ‘highly religious’ people are more likely to be happy
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 14 days ago
SALT LAKE CITY -- The Pew Center for Religion and Public Life released a study Wednesday showing people who are “highly religious” are more likely to report being very happy with their lives. The Center defines “highly religious” as a person who... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
House Speaker Ray Merrick expresses frustration with estimate-based budgetingthe estimating process to improve its accuracy. Every state uses some form of
House Speaker Ray Merrick expresses frustration with estimate-based budgeting
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
the estimating process to improve its accuracy. Every state uses some form of revenue estimating. A 2011 report from the Pew Center for the States and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government found estimate accuracy suffered throughout... Read more
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The Temple News
‘A visual record’ of South Kensingtonfor the project, Thomas has been involved from the very beginning—from the writ
‘A visual record’ of South Kensington
The Temple News / Posted 17 days ago
for the project, Thomas has been involved from the very beginning—from the writing of the grant, which was awarded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, to bringing in co-collaborators like Kalia Brooks, who will curate an exhibition of... Read more
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The Chronicle
The heard (and the herd)embedded within the processes of voter registration and voting itself. The Elec
The heard (and the herd)
The Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
embedded within the processes of voter registration and voting itself. The Elections Performance Index released by The PEW Center On The States indicates there are inconsistencies in rejections of voter registrations and similar variations in... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Better access to data could help eliminate skills gapfor improving Michigan’s UI wage record laws. The committee worked with nationa
Better access to data could help eliminate skills gap
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 17 days ago
for improving Michigan’s UI wage record laws. The committee worked with national data experts that helped facilitate Pew Center conversations around data quality and access. Based on a detailed analysis of three “exemplary practice” states’... Read more
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Fortune
Donald Trump’s Plan to Build a Wall Is Actually Really DangerousAmerican immigrants and the children of those immigrants. More than $120 billio
Donald Trump’s Plan to Build a Wall Is Actually Really Dangerous
Fortune / Posted 21 days ago
American immigrants and the children of those immigrants. More than $120 billion was sent abroad in 2012 according to the Pew Center and while it is true that Mexico received the largest amount at just under $23 billion, the rest of the top 5... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why we prefer a ‘beta’ marriageis unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26 per cent of millen
Why we prefer a ‘beta’ marriage
Herald Sun / Posted 28 days ago
is unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26 per cent of millennials are married, according to a landmark Pew Center report, compared to 36 per cent of Gen X-ers 20 years ago — and 48 per cent of boomers back in 1980. Millennials... Read more
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Market Watch
Are millennials early adopters of a marriage-free future?marriage is unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26% of mille
Are millennials early adopters of a marriage-free future?
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
marriage is unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26% of millennials are married, according to a landmark Pew Center report, compared to 36% of Gen X-ers 20 years ago — and 48% of boomers back in 1980. Millennials are also among... Read more
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New York Post
Millennials’ latest mistake: embracing the ‘starter marriage’is unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26 percent of millenn
Millennials’ latest mistake: embracing the ‘starter marriage’
New York Post / Posted 30 days ago
is unnecessary? Part of the problem is role models. Just 26 percent of millennials are married, according to a landmark Pew Center report, compared to 36 percent of Gen X-ers 20 years ago — and 48 percent of boomers back in 1980. Millennials are... Read more
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