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Scott Winship
Director of Social Capital Project, Joint Economic Committee, Office of Vice Chairman . Tweets are my own.
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Opportunity Nation Nov 23
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Noah Smith Nov 23
Replying to @Noahpinion
13/To sum up: Americans are mostly working. Wages and incomes are growing. Poverty is down. Middle-class wealth is recovering. Health insurance is becoming universal. There are still plenty of problems to be solved, but there's plenty going right. Happy Thanksgiving! (end)
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Scott Winship Nov 23
Grateful for the surprise of 2017, falling for the amazing , who is going to have a pretty great 2018
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Monique Rizer Nov 22
Which state broke into the top 5 states for Opportunity? Find out Dec 6
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Scott Winship Nov 22
Replying to @smarick
No fair slipping baseball into that list! :)
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Scott Winship Nov 22
NB: This difference is not statistically significantly different from zero
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Gerald F Seib Nov 20
Demographic challenge for democracy: By 2040, about 70% of Americans are expected to live in the 15 largest states, and will have 30 senators representing them. The remaining 30% of Americans will have 70 senators representing them. via
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Scott Winship Nov 21
Replying to @SenMikeLee
Version with bells & whistles still available at
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Scott Winship Nov 21
By popular demand, we at 's Social Capital Project made a PDF version of our recent opioid report, originally conceptualized as an interactive online report:
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Scott Winship Nov 21
Worse:
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juan Nov 20
can someone explain why japanese game show 'slippery stairs' hasn't made its way to our part of the world yet
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Scott Winship Nov 20
The original interactive version is at , in case you miss our bells & whistles
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Scott Winship Nov 20
. 's Social Capital Project at has put up a PDF version of our interactive opioid report:
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Scott Winship Nov 20
I'm not. See the link for the authors
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Scott Winship Nov 20
Replying to @AlanMCole @jbarro
I only favor a refundable puppy credit—the APTC
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Scott Winship Nov 20
Well, 3-D printed and homegrown biological WMDs will prob do us all in before we get to that point
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Scott Winship Nov 20
Helter Skelter is still a great song though
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Scott Winship Nov 20
Replying to @jtrothwell
Think so, yes
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Scott Winship Nov 20
OK, agreed there
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