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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳)
Maths & history; Biblical Studies & Hebrew; Gaming. 廣東話「我叫Q」. [He/Him: 🏳️‍🌈]. Collect historical & global maths exams, textbooks - donations welcome.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) retweeted
Full Fact 26m
It is inappropriate and misleading for the Conservative press office to rename their twitter account ‘factcheckUK’ during this debate. Please do not mistake it for an independent fact checking service such as , or
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 1h
Replying to @sxpmaths
Thank goodness it wasn't just us.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 1h
Replying to @sxpmaths
I do like how there's an accompanying image of a fish tank.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 1h
Replying to @literallyjustq
Okay, I'm pretty certain there has to be some typo here ...
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Ari Melber 4h
Rep. Ratcliffe pressing on why fact witnesses did not use the word “bribery” in their testimony. Typically fact witnesses describe what they saw and facts, not adding their own legal conclusions.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
I wonder how many studies need to show that online social media use is not causatively related with life satisfaction and mental health before the technophobes drop it.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 5h
Replying to @literallyjustq
For closer opinions polls compared with when the elections were called: 2017 vs 2019 Con: 46.2% -> 39.9% Lab: 26.9% -> 29.0% LDem: 10.6% -> 15.4% UKIP/BRXT: 7.4% -> 7.0% Grn: 2.9% -> 3.2% Other: 6.0% -> 5.5%
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 5h
Replying to @literallyjustq
NB: the number of days between the call of the election and these debates differs greatly (41 days in 2017 vs 21 days in 2019). Considering general trends of 2017 and 2019 opinion polls, these numbers are not *that* dissimilar
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 5h
Replying to @literallyjustq
Opinion poll averages prior to the first debate involving the National leaders of the Conservative and Labour parties - 2017 vs 2019 CON: 45.3% -> 39.9% LAB: 34.0% -> 29.0% LDEM: 8.0% -> 15.4% UKIP/BREX: 4.4% -> 7.0% GRN: 2.2% -> 3.2% Other: 6.1% -> 5.5%
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) retweeted
John Burn-Murdoch Nov 18
2/9 Here’s where Leave and Remain voters are clustered, per BES data. There’s a lot of common ground on economics, but they’re split culturally. Remainers skew very liberal, Leavers authoritarian. NB those Leavers in the upper-left: socially conservative, economically left-wing
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
I wonder how many studies need to show that online social media use is not causatively related with life satisfaction and mental health before the technophobes drop it.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
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Keresteša, G., and Štulhoferb, A. (2020). Adolescents’ online social network use and life satisfaction: A latent growth curve modeling approach. Computers in Human Behavior 104 "Changes in OSN use and life satisfaction over time were unrelated"
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
Replying to @literallyjustq
"[I]ndividuals who indicated greater pride in and loyalty toward their countries tended to give higher estimates of their country's contributions to world history"
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
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When asked "What contribution do you think the country you are living in has made to world history?” Russian - 60.8% UK - 54.6% India - 53.9% Hong Kong - 51.0% Malaysia - 48.7% Italy - 44.2% China - 41.9% Philippines - 41.2% Brazil - 40.7% Canada - 40.2% &c
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
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... and may be caused by several mechanisms, such as the availability heuristic—when students think about world history, they mostly think about the history of their country and thus assume their country must be important"
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 6h
Zaromb, F., et al., (2018). We Made History: Citizens of 35 Countries Overestimate Their Nation's Role in World History. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7.4, 521-528. "We argue that students’ exaggerated estimates provide evidence for national narcissism
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Joe 8h
I was like “oh come on guys, he can’t actually be calling for forced labour camps” and then I watched it and he absolutely is literally calling for forced labour camps.
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Mr Q (implores you to vote🗳) 7h
Replying to @literallyjustq
Fenn, E., et al. (2019). Nonprobative Photos Increase Truth, Like, and Share Judgments in a Simulated Social Media Environment. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 8.2, 131-138.
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