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55 percent of journalists say that there is no need to consistently report on “both” sides of every single issue, but only 22 percent of the public agrees. A staggering 76 percent of the public said the media had a duty to report the other side's views. Journalists have become leftist activists.
4 months ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from pewresearch.org
Does this disprove the idea that American women are attracted to stupid losers?
5 months ago by trident765 to /s/RealIncels from pewresearch.org
About six-in-ten Americans say abortion should be legal in all or most cases
6 months ago by GeorgeCarlin to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from pewresearch.org
Atheists are more likely than any other religious group to correctly answer the survey’s question about religion and the U.S. Constitution
7 months ago by [deleted] to /s/atheism from pewresearch.org
U.S. has world’s highest rate of children living in single-parent households
1 year ago by fschmidt to /s/nonmorons from pewresearch.org
A Pew survey from August shows that Democrats now overwhelmingly support internet censorship not only by tech giants but also by the government which their party now controls. Just under 2/3 of Democrats want the U.S. Government to control the flow of information over the internet.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/censorship from pewresearch.org
More Americans now say government should take steps to restrict false information online than in 2018
When asked whether their country should or should not use military force to defend a NATO ally in the event of a potential Russian attack, six-in-ten Americans say their country should defend that ally, while an equal share of Germans say their country *should not*.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldNews from pewresearch.org
About four-in-ten U.S. adults say forms should offer more than two gender options
2 years ago by worried19 to /s/GenderCritical from pewresearch.org
Majorities have an unfavorable opinion of the U.S. in nearly every country surveyed. Tell me again why we're paying 75% of the cost for NATO for countries that despise us?
Household Incomes of US Religious Groups
2 years ago by Jesus to /s/politics from assets.pewresearch.org
Most Adults in U.S. Say States Have Lifted COVID-19 Restrictions Too Quickly
2 years ago by CompleteDoubterII to /s/Coronavirus from pewresearch.org
Most Americans say social media companies have too much power, influence in politics
2 years ago by magnora7 to /s/SocialMedia from pewresearch.org
NATO publics more likely to believe U.S. would defend them from Russian attack than to say their own country should. They won't use their own militaries but they sure as hell expect us to be there for them. Dicks.
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/WorldPolitics from pewresearch.org
Germany, France, Italy, many other NATO partners are against using their own militaries to defend against an attack on NATO.
Lifefuel for antinatalistcels
3 years ago by averagehapacel to /s/Incels from pewresearch.org
The link between a college education and a lasting marriage
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/BlackPillScience from pewresearch.org