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Greg Smith 5h
Ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day, new survey shows that most Americans know what it was and when it happened. But fewer know how many victims perished.
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Nick Bertoni 6h
A big day indeed. I am very excited to be running 's Election News Pathways project on the American Trends Panel. In an ATP first, this dataset is available to download NOW with the release of the report. Get it here:
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Pew Research Center 2h
Of 30 different sources for political and election news, at least 50% of Democrats and Democratic leaners place their trust in six sources: CNN - 67% NBC News - 61% ABC News - 60% CBS News - 59% PBS - 56% New York Times - 53%
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The 2020 U.S. census, which launches in Alaska this month, will be the 24th since the nation’s birth and the government’s largest peacetime undertaking. How much do you know about it? Sign up for our five-part email mini-course about the 2020 census
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Pew Research Fact Tank 5h
Republicans and their leaners who got political news only from outlets with right-leaning audiences responded differently about the reason Trump withheld Ukraine aid than Republicans who got news from some outlets with more mixed or left-leaning audiences
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Pew Research Fact Tank 5h
Amy Mitchell (), director of Journalism Research, explains how we chose the news sources used for our report on U.S. media polarization ( ) and the ways we measured Americans' trust and distrust of them for political news
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Jeff Gottfried 5h
(1/3) NEW REPORT: Deep partisan divisions exist in the news sources Americans trust, distrust and rely on
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Katerina Matsa 3h
Key things to know abt our NEW election news pathways project 📈Data available to download: 🔧Interactive tool w/ API: run crosstabs, look into demos ⁉️ Ask an analyst: Have questions? We'll get you what you need.
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Pew Research Center 3h
Partisan polarization in the trust and distrust of news sources is wider between the ideological wings of each party — conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats
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Pew Research Journalism 4h
As we head into the 2020 election season, is launching the Election News Pathways project to examine how Americans' news habits relate to what they hear, perceive and know about this year's U.S. presidential election.
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John Gramlich 5h
This chart shows where the audience for each of 30 major US news organizations falls on an ideological scale from liberal Democrat to conservative Republican. (Party affiliation and ideology of audiences are self-reported.)
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Alec Tyson 5h
No surprise that Republicans trust Fox News and distrust CNN (data fascinating). But Republican skepticism also extends to networks: Slightly greater shares of Reps distrust than trust three major network news sources. New from :
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Dan Morrison 5h
Election 2020: Today we kick off a year-long effort to better understand the connection between news diets & knowledge about . We start with a major report on partisan polarization in news sources
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Pew Research Methods 6h
1/ As we head into the 2020 campaign season, is launching the Election News Pathways project to examine how Americans' news habits relate to what they hear, perceive and know about this year's U.S. presidential election.
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Pew Research Center 5h
Among Democrats and Democratic leaners, CNN (67%) is about as trusted a source of political and election news as Fox News (65%) is among Republicans and Republican leaners
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Amy Mitchell 6h
This Q&A with our Fact Tank team helps explain how we conducted the media polarization study
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Pew Research Journalism 5h
🚨NEW REPORT🚨: U.S. Media Polarization and the 2020 Election: A Nation Divided
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Pew Research Center 6h
Of the 30 different news sources for political and election news asked about, Democrats express trust in a larger portion of those sources than Republicans
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Amy Mitchell 6h
Big day here w the launch of our Election News Pathways project. A year-long effort on the connection btwn Americans' news diets & knowledge abt . Weekly columns, public data tool & today a major report on partisan polarization in news sources
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Pew Research Center 6h
NEW: As the U.S. enters a heated 2020 presidential election year, our new report finds that Republicans and Democrats place their trust in two nearly inverse news media environments.
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