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The partisan divide over voting rights, by the numbers | The Numbers Racket

BY: - November 1, 2021

While more than half (57 percent) of Americans said voting was “a fundamental right for every adult U.S. citizen and should not be restricted in any way,” 42 percent said “voting is a privilege that comes with responsibilities and can be limited if adult U.S. citizens don’t meet some requirements.”

Report finds nearly half of Americans get their news from social media | The Numbers Racket

BY: - October 25, 2021

The majority (60 percent) of white adults said they regularly received their news from Facebook, compared with Black and Hispanic adults, who said they regularly (21 percent and 37 percent respectively) got their news from Snapchat. 

Study finds age, religion, politics impact LGBTQ acceptance

BY: - December 22, 2020

By Michelle Zipkin While many societies and governments around the world have learned to accept LGBTQ+ communities, many others condemn homosexuality and deem homosexual behavior illegal. And while same-sex marriage and inclusive antidiscrimination laws are in place in some parts of the world, many LGBTQ+ rights are still absent or under attack in many more […]

Testing our national census knowledge | The Numbers Racket

BY: - March 16, 2020

In an effort to understand Americans’ census knowledge and participation methods, the Pew Research Center compiled the following data.