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Los Angeles Joins Lawsuit to Demand Count of Undocumented People for Representation

Pacifica Evening News

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Los Angeles Joins Lawsuit to Demand Count of Undocumented People for Representation

"California's the latest state to sue President Donald Trump over his executive order. Excluding people in the United States without authorization from being counted, One congressional districts are redrawn. The Pew Research Center says the nation's most populous state, this one stands to lose the congressional seat. If the president's order stands. An estimated 2.2 million of California's nearly 40 million residents are in the country. Without authorization. State Attorney General Javier Sarah sued today. He was joined by the cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles in Oakland and the Long Beach Unified School District in arguing that the president's move is unconstitutional. Daniel.

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Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman

"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormick and this week. We are going to be featuring a couple of interviews. That I recorded last week because last week Robert, you were out of quote, the office you or at least you off work for a bit and so so I recorded conversations with authors of some books one book. That's already out this year in one book. That's coming up so on Thursday of this week. We're going to be airing a conversation that I had with the author of A. A fascinating upcoming book about the evolutionary biology of cancer, but today we're going to be exploring topic in the realm of ancient history and religion. If you've followed us for a while, I think you probably know this about us that one of our favorite kind of trails to go down his tracing the evolution of religious ideas through ancient history I mean I think I've outed myself on this podcast before. As a the kind of nonreligious person who loves the Bible. Can I love to read ancient religious texts and learn about them and see how the ideas from. From the ancient world of super filtered through to us today and shape to the societies we live in, and that's exactly the kind of thing. We're GONNA be diving into in this episode I'm talking with a secular Biblical historian named Bart Erman about his most recent book, which is called Heaven and hell a history of the afterlife. This book was released in March of this year by Simon. And Schuster, and it's all about the Christian ideas of life after death where they come from ancient history, what influence their development and how they changed over time so? So there was a part that cited in the intro of Bart's book where he talks about a pew research poll that was conducted a few years ago. I think. Maybe it was in two thousand fifteen. Where it found that seventy two percent of Americans believe in a literal heaven and fifty eight percent believe in literal hell, and yet I think most Americans would be deeply surprised, even shock to learn what historians can show about the origins of these beliefs in the strange thing. Is that like the historical conclusions that Bart's GonNa talk about in this episode? Are Not fringe or unusual among secular scholars of the Bible, in historians of the ancient Near East This is utterly mainstream, critical scholarship, and yet I think regular people are especially in the united. States, are going to find it very surprising. Yeah, absolutely, and I want to stress something here for everybody, so I just got back. To work this morning and I plugged into a pre production cut of this interview and it's really it's really excellent, so if you're even slightly scared away by the idea of an interview with a secular biblical scholar don't be because Barda is tremendous. He's he's funny. Very High Energy. I think you're really going to enjoy this chat. Joe Had with Bart here. Yeah, parts full of knowledge, good humor passion for his subject. I think you're really going to enjoy the episode, but before we can do it I'll just give a little bit of background on Bart's here's his biography Bart. D Ehrman is a leading authority on the New Testament and the history of early Christianity, and the author or editor of. Of more than thirty books, including the New York Times bestsellers misquoting Jesus, how Jesus became God, and the triumph of Christianity, and that last one's really interesting. It's about how Christianity took over the Roman Empire and went from a really small religion, too dominant religion of the empire, and just a matter of a few centuries anyway, so he is a distinguished professor of religious studies, the University of North Carolina Chapel, Hill and he. He has created eight popular audio and video courses for the great courses. He has been featured in time. The New Yorker The Washington Post and has appeared on NBC CNN and the daily show with Jon Stewart as well as the history channel National Geographic Channel BBC NPR, all the hits his most recent book is Heaven and Hell just one more thing before we get into it I. WanNa mention obviously we are dealing with. With the audio constraints of of remote recording in the age of Covid, nineteen, so for example around the twelve minute mark in the episode there is briefly some background noise that sounds like a fan was turned on or some rain. It only lasts for about a minute or so, and so please just put up with a little bit of background noise, and it's very brief I promise. It's not the sounds of hell right. Now audio recordings of the underworld leaking up through some sort of mining microphone right? The well to hell was not unleashed office. So yeah, I would say without any further ado. Let's jump right in. Bardem and welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for joining us today. Yes, thanks for having me so your Book Heaven and Hell I just finished reading yesterday, and I I really really enjoyed it. and I want to say that I started reading this book. It very opportune time because though I didn't plan it this way. I'm also currently in the middle of rereading. Rereading the divine comedy, actually my wife and I are reading it together and of course, the divine comedy Dante his wonderful poetry, but it's also psychologically fascinating because when you go through the theology of Dante, you get the sense of somebody who is simultaneously ingenious and thoughtful, and in some ways very intellectually bold and open minded for his historical context, but in other ways. Dante's also very limited and provincial in a word medieval like the way you see him taking so much pleasure in designing horrific tortures for his enemies from these. Petty Thirteenth Century political struggles in Italy. Working with ancient religious texts do you find yourself encountering? This kind of irony embodied within the same author or traditional lot

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The New American Library

After The Fact

05:35 min | Last month

The New American Library

"When was the last time you went to the library? Was It for a book a movie? Even a toy. Was it for an exercise class, or maybe it's one of the few places where you're able to access the Internet. For the future trusts I'm Dan La Duke, and this is after the fact. Libraries aren't just about books anymore and haven't been for a long time. But. They've always been about the democratization of information. Thanks to Benjamin Franklin it was about this time of year on July. First 1731 that Franklin created the first free lending library in Philadelphia it signaled a real change in the world that America, not yet its own country. Was a place where information could be available to everyone turns out. That concept has become a cherished one. The Pew Research Center reports that seventy eight percent of Americans say public libraries provide information, and here's the key part information that is trustworthy and reliable. That's no small thing in this digital information age when many people are also saying they have trouble. Sorting fact from fiction sounds like something we're talking about and celebrating and joining us to do just that is Carla Hayden the Librarian of Congress the fourteenth person and the first woman and African American to serve in that role. So Carla Hayden Welcome. It's a delight to talk to you. Thank you. This is a great time to talk about libraries this time of year this podcast likes to talk about the importance of certain American institutions and how they've made our country great. We are right around the fourth of July. That's whenever we want is sort of paying attention to the Declaration of independence, and that's an important thing, but there's another another big American holiday that people may not realize on July first back in seventeen, thirty one when Ben Franklin created the first library in this country beckoned those days. What was the stated goal of a library? And how how if any way is it different? Than the goals today. Benjamin Franklin if you remember was a bookseller and a lover of books, and that time books were very rare and very expensive, and they could only be obtained with great difficulty and so Ben, Franklin. Wanted to have a membership society, The Philadelphia Library Company and he started the idea of lending library and it was in this time. They weren't a nation yet, but it was starting and the idea that. Information and ideas should be free and not clasp out. So that library was created not scholars, the rich one class, but for people who could not afford to have their own, and as time in the decades progressed I mean. The other founding fathers Thomas. Jefferson, being one of them recognize the need for the institution that you now head the library of Congress. It's IT'S A. It's the biggest in the world for for for one thing. Why was there this decision back then to create a library of Congress and National Library sorts in eighteen, Fifteen The British destroy the US capital and there were about twelve hundred. Legal books near for Congress and I've been told, and even shown the fireplace in the capital where the British actually use some of those books, those initial books to start that fire, and at that time Thomas Jefferson the great collector books at the largest personal collection of books in the country at that time. Had retired to Monticello, and he offered to sell his collection to the country to start the library of Congress, and it included the Koran. It was a universal collection. The idea that Congress needed more than just legal books soon said there is no subject to which member of Congress may not have occasion to refer the democratization of information was The whole democracy notion was pretty new in the world in those days. How important is the free flow of information in libraries? ROLE IN OUR DEMOCRACY? Libraries have been almost bastions of equal opportunity to information. The idea that anyone could have access to books. And what more importantly was contained in them was the great equalizer in unifier in many ways now there were difficulties in this country as you could imagine in the Jim Crow South. On there was the segregation of public libraries like public facilities, and that was something that even carried over into some of the northern. A states that had as they call them colored branches. Actually were designated, but that idea. Of A library, being a place as librarians like to say, books could battle it out on the shelves. You put. A book about one thing there and the possibly opposing idea book that describes in another idea. Right next to it and let the public decide.

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Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

"A new poll shows about seven in ten white evangelicals approval president trump a new survey from the nonpartisan pew research center shows about seven in ten white evangelical Protestants approve of how president Donald Trump is handling his job that's support from a cornerstone of his political base has remained strong following a polarizing church visit any Supreme Court ruling on LGBT discrimination that disheartened some conservatives trump seventy two percent approval among white evangelicals in June represents a fall of six percentage points since a similar survey two months ago the survey's findings are in line with the ball in his general approval among all Americans which declined from forty four percent in April to thirty nine percent in June I'm Walter Ratliff

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"pew research" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | Last month

"pew research" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Oh, to hear the safe from South Central. The Prince of People Union Star of Common Sense. Great Elder Ski. Don't Lorenzo. Welcome to the program Know pictographs allowed Because we've got a country to say, Let's get her. Tito, go Triple 8971 s a G E Triple 89717243 Larry Elderly. Thank you dot com Studio. According to a new poll, 94% of Democrats college students surveyed said they support the funding the police 94% of Democrats college, a college students. Support de funding the police and, according to the Pew Research, only one in six protesters or black, 46% of them. Are white. One in six will still be a higher percentage than the black population. But the whole purpose is presumably because of the racism against black people, yet large number of the protesters or white You know you could be against racism. No matter your color got no problem with that. But the data is, you know, do not support the whole notion that the cops are engaging in any kind of systemic racism against black people. Now regarding the putting.

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An early look at the 2020 electorate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:42 min | 2 months ago

An early look at the 2020 electorate

"With the next election Jones five months away pew research is out with a new survey on the demographics of the American electorate pues Brad Jones is on the KRLD news line Brad what did you find when it comes to U. S. voters by age it is time getting older as to how that benefits one party or the other is you know that older voters tend to be a little more Republican in their in their meetings although we've seen axing last distinction across large generational groupings among it and the oldest among basically R. three older generation the silent generation the baby boomers and generation X. with millennials sort of being distinct and and we didn't break out this nine generations these separately here but they also tend to be more democratic in their views and is it the case that there are actually more people a higher percentage of people who identify as independents Dan as Democrats or Republicans Brett yes whenever we measure partisan partisanship we do it in a two part question so we first ask people if they identify with one of the two major parties or if they consider themselves independent independent associate associate with with another another party party and and we've we've definitely definitely seen seen for for the the last last few few years years that that the the number number of of people people who who declined declined to and hi Jennifer I with either party has has been highest was there anything in this latest survey that she really jumped out at you you know I've I've always been interested in the and geographic distinctions in the country and that's that's something that has continued to all rights so we've we've seen across urban and urban communities that are increased movement toward the Democratic Party where those in rural communities have been moving more more toward the Republican Party BC that it in fact every part of the country and I I you know I did it maybe didn't surprise me but it was it was interesting to see those numbers so starkly that is Brad Jones from pew

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Majority of Americans who lost a job or wages due to COVID-19 concerned states will reopen too quickly

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Majority of Americans who lost a job or wages due to COVID-19 concerned states will reopen too quickly

"Well with unemployment numbers skyrocketing you would think that people who recently lost their jobs would want businesses re opened a sass survey by the nonpartisan pew research center says sixty eight percent of respondents who suffered pay cuts or lost their jobs they they don't want states to rush to reopen while sixty nine percent of people whose pay has not been impacted echoed that sentiment saying they're concerned states will open too quickly the survey also indicated those who felt the economic impact of the coronavirus personally are more likely to say restrictions in their region need to increase overall the survey found nearly one in five Americans blame the coronavirus for their job

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Amid coronavirus news, many need to step away

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Amid coronavirus news, many need to step away

"Tuning in but needing to tune out a new study looks at our consumption of corona virus related news many of us are stuck at home because of the corona virus outbreak and that makes this a captive audience for news coverage about the pandemic but a study by the pew research center says an increasing number of us want or even need to break away from coverage the study was done late last month it says eighty eight percent of Americans surveyed described themselves as following Corbett nineteen news either very closely or fairly closely at the same time the survey says seventy one percent say they need to take a break from the news either to watch or do something else some of been monitoring reports about the pandemic report higher stress levels and needing to have a reason to relax or even have a laugh instead one woman says she suffered from Kobe in nineteen overload and even had a full blown anxiety attack before deciding to wean herself from corona virus coverage I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Coronavirus: Was It Made In a Lab?

Science Vs

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: Was It Made In a Lab?

"Since the early days. We've been hearing that. This virus came from bats in jumped to humans but another claim has pumped up. That's getting a lot of attention and developing tonight the. Us government is looking into the possibility. Covert nineteen originated in Chinese laboratory. The killer corona virus probably originated from a laboratory in Wuhan Pew Research. Paul recently found that thirty percent of Americans believed that this virus was made in a lab and not in nature. A lot of people are looking at. It seems to make sense. And here's what some people are pointing to as evidence is Elliott in this pandemic. Some news reports was saying that the outbreak took off in this animal market in Wuhan but then Chinese researchers say the first known patient had no exposure to the market adding fuel to the fire. It turns out that some ten miles away from that market is a high security lab the Wuhan Institute of Technology Scientists. Study some of the most dangerous viruses around. I would know that will haunt also has China's only biosafety level four LEX Super Laboratory. So is it possible that someone cooked up this virus on purpose? And how could we even know today on the show? The story of how scientists tracking down the origins of this virus delving deep into its genome to look for human fingerprints. And even if you don't think this virus was made in a lab stick around for this one because it's quite the adventure show. Science VERSUS CORONA VIRUS ESCAPED FROM THE LAB. Coming up to

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Poll: Two in three Americans now hold negative view of China

Dan Proft

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Two in three Americans now hold negative view of China

"A new poll finds Americans are increasingly hostile to China as the corona virus wreaks havoc on the U. S. and global economies the poll was conducted last month by the pew research center found two thirds of those surveyed had a negative or unfavourable view

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Governors call out White House on dearth of coronavirus testing as protests grow

Armstrong and Getty

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Governors call out White House on dearth of coronavirus testing as protests grow

"It's a matter of tests and protest the political feelings regarding the corona virus outbreak in the U. S. being rubbed raw as governors deal with challenges in their states including protests ginned up in part by president trump White House correspondent Bob Costantini reports the president's tweets in support of protesters who want their states to end coronavirus restrictions is not lost on governor Jay Inslee of Washington who wasn't directly targeted in Philly on ABC's this week this is such as schizophrenia because the president basically is asking people please ignore Dr Fauci inductor birch please ignore my own guidelines that I set forth but taking questions at Sunday night's briefing the president sounding like the administration's guidelines in some places the governors are ready to go and other places they can't go yet and they will go they want to they have to have a safe I wanted to be safe polls from pew research center and NBC news Wall Street journal released over the weekend show nearly two thirds of Americans worry states may relax restrictions too soon his state had any restriction protest Saturday but head of the national governors association Larry Hogan on CNN's state of the union points out Maryland is still on an upward case trajectory and it's become repetitious in a way is a call for more tense grows from state leaders the administration I think is trying to ramp up testing but to try to push this off to say that the governors have plenty of testing and they should just get to work on testing so now we are doing our job is just absolutely false the latest testing news from the administration the threat of invoking government orders to produce more of the swabs on long sticks that are inserted into the nasal cavity what are in short supply we're preparing here's the defense production act to increase well production and one U. S. facility by over twenty million additional swaps per month the president also spoke of pushing textile makers to working protective masks and gowns as he said of the highest

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Two-thirds of Americans worry states will lift restrictions on public activity too quickly: poll

Mark and Melynda

00:10 sec | 3 months ago

Two-thirds of Americans worry states will lift restrictions on public activity too quickly: poll

"Opening a new pew research poll came out and it found that about two thirds of Americans worry that state governments will lift the restrictions on public activity too

7 Questions on the Daily Impact of the Coronavirus

After The Fact

09:32 min | 3 months ago

7 Questions on the Daily Impact of the Coronavirus

"Welcome to after the fact for the Pew Charitable Trusts. I'm Dan Le And yes. I'm talking to you from home. And thanks to the ingenuity and creativity of our producers and editors who are also working from home. We're able to bring this podcast you and offer you like. We always do a data point forty four percent. That's the percentage of Americans who told the Pew Research Center that the Corona virus has changed their life in a major way another similar. Sized percentage say the viruses changed their lives. At least a little bit in these past weeks in all about nine and ten of us are feeling it. We thought you might want to know what people are thinking about their government and other institutions contending with virus. How people are getting their news and what pollsters will be looking at in the coming weeks and months as they gauge how the puck is viewing the pandemic so we reached out to Claudia Deane from the Pew Research Center. Claudia Deane Welcome First and most important question are you well. Is that everyone in your house doing. Okay thank you very much for asking. Yes. We are healthy and other than being stir crazy with two teenagers in the house. We are making it and hope the same is true for you thank you yes it is. It's a tough time with everyone working from home. But I wanted to ask you first. We're going to get into some of the findings of Survey Research from the Pew Research Center to get a sense of what everyone's thinking about all of this. Let's start though with how you're able to do surveys at a time like this. Is it easier because everybody's home well in the states? We've been doing a lot of our polling Digitally on the web. Some people are also using telephone so that really hasn't been impacted by the pandemic at the period center. We have something called the American Trans Panel. Which is about ten thousand. Americans who were randomly selected And we interviewed them. Maybe once or twice a month and so we are going to be tracking these ten thousand people and looking at their experiences as a microcosm of the country. What are some of the initial findings of how Americans are viewing the corona virus? And how is it saying it's affecting their lives? What we're finding. Is that nearly nine? And ten American say their life has changed at least a little bit including forty four percent say their life has changed in a major way we also are finding that people are pretty concerned about doing some daily tasks that used to be pretty normal for a lot of us. Maybe going to a friend's house for Party or eating out at a restaurant. Most people would feel uncomfortable doing that now. And what about the real threat? The people face we. We're obviously facing an enormous threat to public health. But we're also facing a huge economic downfall because of what's going on. How are people separating up their concerns when we started pulling at the very beginning of this outbreak earlier in March we were finding that the most clearly unifying threat for people was actually a threat to the US economy. That people really saw the viruses. Potentially a major threat. Maybe seven ten cent so about half thought it would be a threat to the health of the. Us population fewer may be closer to one in four thought. It'd be a threat to their personal health and just a little over that to their personal economic house. Now that is something that is obviously going to morph over time as the virus moves around to different parts of the country. It's also something that's GonNa really differ by what your personal work situation is like Faira salaried employees or an early employee which are income level on your education so those are all things we're closely watching. Can you talk a little more detail about that? I mean because it has affected virtually every aspect of day to day life while some of us are able to work from home. A lot of people aren't and they're out of work and yet there's approval for a lot of these measures As you say. Could you detail some of those for us? What you see is in this crisis as at any time when humans are tested. Sort of where you started impacts where we're ending up so we started with a country which did not have a ton of trust necessarily in the federal government system but has a lot of trust in the state and local government systems. I think as you're seeing these state by state policies rolling out you are finding people willing to give them the benefit of the doubt the other two big picture sort of planks of public opinion that you see coming into this are a really strong. Partisan polarization with Republicans and Democrats agreeing on almost nothing as the sort of information about these policies rolls out. Two of the main information. Givers are obviously the president And the media and what we see is massive partisan differences in terms of who people trust to get that information so obviously Republicans having positive fuse of the president and his communications during the crisis and skeptical views of the traditional news media and Democrats. Almost the polar opposite. You had touched on something really important. Which is sort of economic differences in terms of how people are experiencing this crisis and again I feel like the crisis is just gonNA exacerbate sort of some of the economic differences and challenges in the way people experience. Day-to-day life one survey that was a useful reminder. This was actually from the Kaiser Family Foundation. They were looking at employed Americans and sort of reminding people fifty four percent of employing. Americans are paid hourly. It's more like three. And ten that are salaried and another fourteen percent get paid by the job. And that's what I wanted to get to one of the Pew Research Center findings that I saw was four in ten adults of working age adults. We should say are able to work from home. Forty percent of Americans but those numbers vary a lot by income bracket you know these are economic reality. Some people have different levels of of income. That's showing up. How people are able to contend with us in many ways. That's absolutely right. And we've had some of our economists digging into the big government surveys to really look into that issue. What we're finding is about one in four civilian workers don't have paid sick leave in other words. If you're sick you will have to go to work or you won't get paid. But that is so different by income bracket if you look at the lowest tenth of civilian workers by sort of pay seventy percent. Don't have sick leave so most people don't we're also finding that there are certain groups of people that are going to be more impacted. We're fighting a big and heavy hit among the Latino population right now for example in terms of reporting either losing a job or losing some income over this we find young people who maybe starting out earlier in their careers are more challenged than older folks as well. We were talking about trust in institutions and governmental little earlier and the at the federal level at the national level. There's a lot of disparity On on what trust in government means but in general is it correct to say that Americans generally trust their local governments? More Americans are pro state. Local the have remarkably unified positive views of some of our federal health agencies for example the CDC tops the list in terms of how they're handling the crisis with a rating of eighty percent positive that will be compared to something closer to half for the media and the president they also have enormously positive views of their local medical system their local hospital system now. That was early on. We'll be watching what happens in the hospitals have to bear up under this unprecedented load as a start very positive use if our healthcare system as you're out there talking to your survey Recipients where are people getting their news these days? Where are they getting their information about? What's going on? We find people getting their news in a wide variety of places a quarter. Get it from sort of a more traditional news website or APP maybe about two and ten from social media fifteen percent relying on local. Tv and fifteen percent relying on cable TV. And we're also finding that Americans are reporting seeing. Some misinformation is difficult of course to know whether what they're seeing was or wasn't true but we know that Majority of folks feel like they've seen something that struck them as a bit dodgy. We find the number is higher for people who primarily get their political news for social media. But it's a decent share of folks using other channels as well Pew. Research Center does of the most interesting work on religion and faith in American Life. And you've had some interesting findings there to could you talk about some of those. Where finding of course? A lot of people turning to prayer and praying not just for people close to them but the you know their governments and healthcare workers. We're finding that a lot of people are experiencing the move to sort of remote joint worship members of different kinds of congregations that are meeting over the Internet. And I think one sort of big picture question. We have which is really coming for more. The perspective of a researcher is their spin in the United States a massive step back from institutionalized religion. It's one of the big public opinion trends really of probably of our lifetimes is the sort of decline of affiliation with sort of formal churches and so a lot of our folks who study religion are curious about what this stressor being put on. Society will mean we haven't experienced a pandemic before we know that in times of stress people may turn to religion or spirituality. Well we see a reversal of those big societal trends.

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Trump warns of "a lot of death" from coronavirus in week ahead

Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Trump warns of "a lot of death" from coronavirus in week ahead

"President trump has sobering words for Americans as the pandemic continues to spread from coast to coast this will be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less to death and if this wasn't done but they will be death at this evening briefing the president added Washington's doing everything in its power to help the country get through it we will move heaven and earth to safeguard our great American citizens we will continue to use every power every thirty every single resource we've got to keep our people healthy safe secure how Americans view the job president trump is doing handling the covert nineteen pandemic depends greatly on where they get their news of pew research survey found that sixty three percent of Americans who think the president's doing an excellent job rely on fox news for more of their information however a majority of those who rely on CNN MSNBC NPR or The New York Times say he's doing a poor job in fact eighty three percent of people who get most of their news from either MSNBC or the time say he's doing a poor job only four percent of fox news viewers gave

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A Summary of Automation and Job Related Impact and Solutions

Automated

08:33 min | 4 months ago

A Summary of Automation and Job Related Impact and Solutions

"So regarding the future of technology and the ability to automate human tasks and even entire jobs there are really two dominant positions that people have held over time so one is the historical perspective which really falls in line with the idea of creative destruction and the perspective that rose from the late movement in the eighteen hundreds that of technological unemployment so in a two thousand fourteen questionnaire by the Pew Research Center there were well over two thousand known experts in the field of technology that were questioned on which side of this argument. They fell on either the creative destruction side or the technological unemployment side so the chief scientists of salesforce dot com vice president of Google and the principal researcher for Microsoft were among those interviewed so forty eight percent of all the experts envisioned a future of technological unemployment in which robots and digital agents have displaced significant numbers of both blue and white collar workers with many expressing concern that this will lead to vast increases in income inequality masses of people who are effectively unemployable and breakdowns. In the social order on the other side though fifty two percent expected a future of continuous creative destruction where technology will not displace more jobs than it creates by twenty twenty five so this group anticipated that many jobs currently performed by humans will be substantially taken over by robots or digital agents by two thousand twenty five but they have faith that human ingenuity will create new jobs industries and ways to make a living just as it has been doing since the dawn of the industrial revolution. So this is just one example of a clear divide between the possible futures but I think represents discussions and debates that are ongoing by many people and shows why think a podcast that explores these ideas is so important today but what about the technologies that will be doing the future disruptions so I started this podcast by looking at artificial intelligence as it is seen as the technology with the most potential to impact the way that we work so we currently have many examples of narrow a I think of examples like Alpha. Go that is able to defeat any human chess or go player as well as many other online competitive games or a system built in San Francisco by it company called and Lick where it was a fifty percent better at classifying tumors. Compared against three expert human radiologists working together. So we can see that the industry as of at least two thousand eighteen was worth about one point two trillion. Us dollars an estimated to reach up to around four trillion by twenty twenty two and with it it has generated a significant amount of jobs focused on building and improving the technology as well as the business cases and applications for its use so current narrow. Ai also augments people's capabilities in what has been termed center teams. This is where humans work beside AI. Applications to improve the quality of work done so the radiologists example actually enables the human health care worker to focus on other tasks that can lead to more patient care and human to human interaction but the ultimate goal in some ai circles is artificial general intelligence which has the capacity to understand or learn any intellectual task that a human being can so specifically once a artificial general intelligence or agi comes about. It is entirely possible that human creativity ingenuity and even capacity for reason will be made completely inferior much like our chess skills of today so this could apply to music and even the arts in general where. Ai Systems are already composing music and designing drawings. So if taken to its logical conclusion we would be hard pressed to think of a place where humans would be relevant or even needed anywhere for employment purposes at all so robots also play a large role in this discussion especially as they are more physical and tangible than a digital ai algorithm there are now some two point five million industrial robots in use across the world with the numbers being assault actually increasing every year. So four hundred thousand were installed in two thousand eight alone and the numbers are expected to be much larger in two thousand nineteen When those numbers come out so repetitive manufacturing jobs are the hardest hit with the adoption of industrial robots. As these metal workers are able to work twenty four and don't need any breaks holidays or sick leave which leads to drastic increases inefficiencies but service robots on the other hand have gone over sixteen million units sold across the world and are composed of a robot. Vacuums autonomous guided vehicles drones EXO skeletons etc so overall service robots tend to augment human worker capabilities which leads to the transformation of jobs rather than their elimination for example elder care. Robots and agricultural inspection drones are good examples. Where the technology helps employees with specific tasks autonomous guided vehicles or. Hiv's however have been put to use within logistic centers as walls warehouses to create. What are called lights out or dark? Warehouses or humans are being completely removed to allow for streamline workflows in the dark and without heating so the number of expenses actually decreases as well and they're not a traditional robot three D. printing or additive manufacturing technologies. Also hold great promise to shorten supply chains by enabling something called on demand as well as on location production of really customizable products. So the interesting part of Three D. Printing I think is that many different materials can also be used allowing traditional manufacturing to be disrupted but also healthcare and construction as both organs and even houses can be essentially printed in shorter periods of time with much greater accuracy so moving on Autonomous Vehicles. Perhaps one of the most popular emerging technologies also has one of the largest autonation potentials of many technologies simply because one of the main jobs across the world which is held by millions has to do with the transportation of both people or goods so taxi and truck drivers delivery workers Boat and train captains and even pilots as well as all the supporting businesses around transportation vehicles are essentially under threat of becoming obsolete within the next decade so though passenger cars require the strictest testing do the of course close interaction with an urban population. We already see examples of fully automated trains boats trucks and planes already being implemented so many of these autonomous vehicles still have humans monitoring them in case of an emergency but in some cases only one human employees who is monitoring is required for a small fleet of vehicles which leads to question what will happen to current employees wants. This technology is implemented so both virtual reality and augmented reality are emerging technologies and are already impacting jobs by helping with the training and reskilling of employees so the VR training course has already been shown to be as comparable as an analogue or real life course when it comes to learning and retention of the information but what is perhaps even more interesting right now is that specifically VR is going to possibly open up an entirely new space where people can interact and communicate and exchange services leading to potentially new economies that are purely

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"pew research" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:07 min | 7 months ago

"pew research" Discussed on KTRH

"Morning news every year you know pew research center publishes all kinds of reports and blog bows and essays and other studies about demographics political changes you know growing growing ethnic groups versus at the groups that are there to getting smaller we know the Hispanic population continues to grow in fact Hispanics are projected to be the largest racial or ethnic minority groups in the twenty twenty U. S. selector overtaking African Americans for the first time the question is always spurs your conservative how do you make sure that you're getting that message across to Hispanic voters in that you're trying to recruit as many of them to become Republicans as you can there's a there's the that automatic thought that well other could end up voting Democrat not necessarily political strategist and good server look Misia's joins us you're spending quite look I am I am looking out what brought you over to the conservative because what was it about were you raised a conservative or not I was in my day and my dad was as well the reality is that he was raised by a dad who believed in personal responsibility and that at its core is a principle that will quickly lead you to a conservative fought and the Republican Party and so I think that's actually one of the things that has continually provided hope to Republicans here in Texas which is the fact that Hispanics are not a monolithic group that simply vote in lockstep with the Democrat party you know people have actually been really excited recently that some polling who showed that Donald Trump might get fifteen percent of the African American or are the black vote in the United States and and that is literally a promising number for Republicans because of how poorly we've done with that demographic in the past and and Hispanics are not that way right we actually can be in Texas Republicans getting over forty percent of Hispanics times and so those are the numbers that were targeting another interesting point in that research to Jimmy was the fact that Mexicans are no longer the majority of illegal immigrants in the United States we actually have more illegal immigrants from other nations and from Mexico and so I think that is also a notable trend to recognize while the same time recognizing that Hispanics are the largest good luck to you you do have a slight shift within you know what the illegal immigration population is and also there's an assumption that just because somebody this panic but they actually care to you know support illegal immigration which I also think it's a misnomer okay and I'm naive assumption what do you think that that is the biggest issue that separates conservative from liberal Hispanic voters is the immigration policy all right I I don't think so I think the biggest thing that separates conservatives and liberals we've got both of those factions from I think the the biggest issue are the social issues when it comes to just the core of what they believe in fact if you look at Hispanic voters in Texas a majority of them actually do support border security and they oppose taxpayer subsidies to illegal immigrants in most calling that I've looked at so I really do I think that people think that that's the biggest issue but I do think that there a lot of other systemic issues that they care about education social issues and things like that that Republicans just after figure out how the message to them and I think to the done it in this is true of any liberal versus any conservative Matt is the role of government in solving your issues yes yes and I think it has been for a little less likely to assume the governments there to fix all of their problems you know I really I really do think there's a a better understanding of personal responsibility within the community and I think it's one reason why Republicans have a hope of continuing to earn more of their support as time goes on okay will defy the good fight good to talk to you Sir take care happy new year political strategists look Missy is joining us here on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. aids seven twenty two time another round of traffic.

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"pew research" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

13:36 min | 1 year ago

"pew research" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Forty percent off good afternoon. All of you Easter worshippers and non Easter worshippers listening in. I'm Michael Knowles sitting in for the Ben Shapiro show. You see the person who usually hosts this show is a Passover worshiper. So because he's not going to be here today. He had to call an eastern worshiper because Easter was yesterday, we finished worshiping. Now. We can go and host radio shows. This is the new word the new phrase that has entered the English language, thanks to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton yesterday Easter worshippers wasn't just them only on Castro who's running for president. Now. He's one of the seven hundred thousand democrat candidates for president. He also used the phrase Easter worshiper there coining new terms. What is an Easter worshiper? I don't know about you. I'm catholic. I have many Christian friends. We all celebrate on Easter. We don't worship Easter we worship Christ. That's what makes you a Christian. But for some reason, these democrat elites could not refer to Christians could not refer to Catholics specifically in this awful, Sri Lanka terrorist attack. This massacre carried out by his Llamas group. So they were for it to Easter worshippers. Barack Obama tweeted out the attacks on tourists and Easter worshippers in Sri Lanka are an attack on humanity on a day devote. Voted to love redemption. And renewal we pray for the victims and stand with the people of Sri Lanka, even beyond this silly phrase that they've invented even listen to those generic universal vague sounding terms a day devoted to love redemption. And renewal of course, Easter is a day about love and redemption renewal. There are a lot of other days about love and redemption. And renewal every time I take a shower it's about renewal other days for redemption other days for love it's so generic why can't he se Christian? Why can't he se? What the specific day is about which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Hillary Clinton same thing on this. Holy weekend. For many faiths. We must stand United against hatred and violence. I'm praying for everyone affected by today's horrific attacks on Easter worshippers and travelers in Sri Lanka. So Hillary couldn't even identify. But it was Easter Sunday. She couldn't even say she said, no it's a holy weekend. For many faiths, we stand United against hatred and violence. We don't stand United against Islamic terrorists. Who perpetrated this attack and killed two hundred ninety people on Easter Sunday in churches and hotels nearby. No, we have to say many faiths, United hatred violence and Julia on Castro. Same thing on a day of redemption. And hope the evil of these attacks on Houston, worshipers and tourists and Sri Lanka is deeply saddening. My prayers are with the dead and injured and their families. May we find grace? We're not going to find grace until we call out the attacks specifically for what? What they are. We're not going to be able to find grace. If we bury our heads in the sand and try to pretend that this is something other than it is this was an Islamic terrorist attack on Christians on the holiest day of the Christian calendar. Probably these people don't know that probably these political elites in the media who are reporting on them. Don't know that Easter is the holiest day of the Christian calendar. Probably they don't know that there are countless attacks on churches all over the world. Probably they don't know that churches have become the number one target for attacks an average of one hundred and five per month more than three attacks per day going around in the world almost all of which were ignored by the mainstream media. Why can't the left use the phrase? Why can't they say Christianity Christians, the reason they can't do it is because Christians can't be victims? Obviously in reality. Christians can be victims in reality Christians, or the most persecuted religious group in the world, according to the Pew Research Center, but in leftist ideology, Christians cannot be victims. Why not because they've constructed? This called intersection -ality, you've probably heard about it. If you've ever walked by a college campus, these days, you've heard the phrase intersection -ality, and it's basically a pyramid of various victim, depression groups, and at the very top of that group or the straight white men, specifically men who think that they are men not men who don't think that they are men were think that there's something other than men and Christians, those are the oppressors. And so according to this ideology, Christians can't be victims. It has to be more generic than it has to be vaguer than that. It can't be even specifically day about the resurrection of Christ. It has to be a holy weekend. For a lot of people. Oil, and then they're all against hatred, and they're all against violence and their Easter worshipers, they cannot admit that Christians can be victims. But they are this attack in Sri Lanka is explicitly an attack on Christians and on Christianity it hits three churches and hotels on the holiest day of the year and Christians are an obviously persecuted minority in Sri Lanka Christians, make up just seven point four percent of the population of Sri Lanka. Not just in Sri Lanka all over the world. Obviously, we saw Notre Dame burned to the ground. We don't know the cause yet of that fire. We do know the causes of other fires that have been going on churches threat France for weeks. Now, we do know the causes of other desecrations of churches threat, France that have been going on for weeks and months at this point excrement-smeared on the walls the holy Eucharist. Desecrated crosses crucifixes thrown to the ground. This has been happening all the time threat, France, not just in France days later. There was an American professor who was arrested trying to burn down Saint Patrick's cathedral. Of course, it was an American professor. Of course, it was the people who are educating children an American professor walks into Saint Patrick's cathedral. He's got two canisters full of gasoline. And he's got the ability to light the gasoline. They finally arrested me says I was going to my car, I guess he parked his car in Saint Patrick's cathedral. It's a bad place to park. It's very difficult to find parking in New York. No matter how desperate you get do not park your car in Saint Patrick's cathedral. Obviously he was trying to burn down one of the most important cathedrals in the world, certainly the most important one in the United States. He had booked a very expensive ticket to Rome set to depart later that day. I guess he was going to burn down Saint Patrick's cathedral, then he was going to fly over try to burn down. The Vatican yesterday Easter Sunday a woman jumped on stage at an Easter service holding a baby and a handgun and screaming about the rapture and screaming about blowing up the church. Thankfully. She was tackled. I think the baby is okay. And nobody was injured. In that church. All of this to say. Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world. The Pew Research Center came out with this study just last year. It was a study that looked at trends up until two thousand sixteen and it showed that in two thousand sixteen Christians were harassed in one hundred forty four countries that was up from one hundred twenty eighth year before and that edges out even Muslims and other groups also harassed in countries, not as much as Christians. And yet you would never hear this. You would never hear this from the media you in part because of leftist ideology because obviously the mainstream media the the American Academy or all left wing virtually all left wing. And so if something cuts against their ideology, they're just not going to talk about it, the New York Times publishes, all the news. The fits the narrative, not all the news that's fit to print it publishes. Very little of the news. That's vistaprint. But it does publish all the news that fits their narrative. And it's not just that the is so bad causes them to lie. It's that the idiot. Causes their ignorance. The the left-wing media are totally ignorant about Christianity. Specifically and religion broadly. There is a headline that came out from the Associated Press. The headline read tourist mecca Notre Dom also revered as a place of worship. This was newsworthy to the editors of the Associated Press. They were so shocked to find out that the cathedral of Notre Dom believe it or not. You'll be shocked is a place of worship. Wait till they find out that mecca is also a place of worship tourist mecca. Notre dumb. What if they found out? Tourist mecca mecca is also a place of worship. So the center of the Islamic religion. The Associated Press is not alone in this last week. The New York Times reported that the hero priest father, John Mark -fornia ran inside Notre Dame to save the body of Christ the body of Christ to Christians, we know is the Eucharist it's the host, it's the communion. Wafer the New York Times thought he was hauling out a giant statue of Jesus dragging some giant statue on his back or something. List goes on and on. They thought that the church of the holy sepulcher. Is where Jesus is buried. I guess they don't know what a Christian is. They don't know these basic aspects of religion. And it absolutely destroys their credibility destroys their ability even to report on world events, like the attack in Sri Lanka. These are allegedly educated reporters, maybe we need to look at the education system to by the way, speaking of the education system, I am going to be in Cal State LA tomorrow to give a speech on immigration, the speech is titled this land is my land. We're going to be talking there. Cal State LA already. The president of the university is sending out all these warnings about the perils of free speech. No surprise last time. I was giving a speech. I was at the university of Missouri. Kansas City, not only was I screamed down silenced shouted down from the first moments of my speech. But then some left-wing lunatic busts in the back door and sprays me with some weird unknown chemical substance, thankfully, he was dragged out the next day the chancellor of that university. Molly Agra wall, actually, condemned me, he smeared me as a bigot. And he applauded all of the students who were screaming and trying to shut me up from the very beginning. That's the state of the American University right now, you can check out my speech at Cal State LA. It's going to be at three PM Pacific if you're nearby that's six PM eastern. Otherwise, it's going to be streamed live on the daily wires, Facebook and YouTube pages, check it out. It should be a good time. It's a very important issue. And I just hope we don't get shut down. I hope that some people have some backbone in the American Academy. Maybe I'm hoping for too much, although I will say after that event at the university of Missouri Kansas City after that chancellor, Molly Agra will. Absolutely a disgrace. To higher education after he smeared an invited speaker. Because I was physically assaulted after all of that. There were a few state legislators who came out and condemned the university chancellor or couple great, Missouri. State. Legislators Senator David Sader said as far as I'm concerned that chancellor can go and Representative Robert Ross asked the president of the university of Missouri system at what point would a staff member not be worth tradeoff in reduced amount to your budget. This is the way that we have to handle this. We see it throughout our society as the education system gets hollowed out by leftism as the education system is decayed and desiccated you see the effects in our mainstream media, you see the effects in our politics, you see the effects in everyday people as we go along if the universities or not fulfilling their purpose of educating people. Why do we have them? Why are we funding them you? And I are complicit in it you, and I and institution. Run by the state, like university of Missouri. Kansas City you and I are paying their salaries you, and I are funding this refunding to indoctrinate people in left wing ideology. We're not giving them any sort of education that has bad effects on our society that has long standing effects on our society. It's not just to say. Okay. Who cares? No big deal. You're saddling kids with a lot of debt. You're wasting a lot of time. You're filling their heads with things that are simply not true. They always say, it's not what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't. So you see it play out. All of you Easter worshipers, you see it. And all of you non Easter worshipers as well. We've got a lot more coming up. We have got to talk about Coachella this weekend. Coachella is one of the great events because Coachella is is showing us the difference.

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"pew research" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"pew research" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Leeann tweeden, doctor we're talking about Tom Brokaw's inflammatory comments about his Republican friends not wanting quote, Little Brown babies. That's where their real source of fear anxiety was coming from buddy. What he say? Oh, hi. This is from Bassett and hide you guys everybody. I'm more. I guess my approach is instead of feelings, and what my neighbors. Thanks. What's the data? What's the data, buddy? Okay. Okay. Here's here's my data. Pew. Pew Research, Risa multiracial multiethnic babies in the US. And it says that one in seven US infants fourteen percent were multiracial or multi ethnic in two thousand fifteen and it does says that the general public seems mostly accepting of the trend toward more children having parents of different races. The look for is what what's the slope on that curve? I betting seems like it's low. It goes I mean fifty four years ago the. You know, the supreme court it's loving versus Virginia legalized interracial. Mary breezy. There was only that raises. Your state exactly fifty four years ago. Slow curve started at zero. Wow. So I. By any by the way, because it's biological. It's going to have kind of an acid Todic. It's gonna be parabola. It's going to go up fast. I know. So here the two thousand fifteen Pew Research Center survey twenty two percent of US adults said more children with parents of different races. Was a good thing. Twenty percent. All right. So we're we're in that majority and saying that not that small wait one fifth so about one fifth of the country say, it's a good thing. What are the rest of them say thank you for that? Keep an eye on that data for us, Pamela. Hi, this is Tama. Talk about Tom Brokaw. Yup. Shooting the messenger. He's only reflecting. I mean, look at the Trump rallies look at make America. Great again. I always think it needs to make America white again and all the people that follow him rise of nationalism. You're talking about New York and California. Yeah. It's hard when you're in New York or California, though, because when people, you know, we saw people standing at the podium, I keep bringing up at the Golden Globes saying this is about people who are fearful of you know, to address people who are fearful of people don't look like them. And I thought she's Christ. You couldn't you couldn't survive. You couldn't walk down the street and in New York, Boston, Los Angeles, fearful of people that didn't look like you. But maybe in the middle of the country. Maybe it's a little different family, not even just in the middle of the country. How many times have you talked about people crossing the street 'cause they saw some black guys coming on. It happens. People are fearful. What they are. But I, but I don't think that's because they don't look like them. I we could we could have a big conversation about that. And and what it does speak to Pamela in what you're bringing up something we each have to keep attentive to every day, which is our blind spots around race, and these kinds of things, which we all have for sure we all have them for sure. Thanks for the comment. You bet and joy, go ahead there joy. Hi, Dr drew. I absolutely love you. I have to take issue with what I perceive, and I say this at all due respect peace and love and naive point of view on race. I'm black and racists, always going to matter in this country until honest about it. I think that Tom Brokaw being gentle by saying his Republican friends because I think Democrats are equally racist. Okay. Ho drive, whatever beer conversation with hold on where you're because I want to drill into exactly what you mean. So I don't miss it. Okay. Hang on one second Kanye. Yes. All right. Joe? Hang on. We're gonna continue to keep this going eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's leeann tweeden of Dr drew this midday live message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"pew research" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"pew research" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Interesting Pew Research Center, did a survey found that between one and one and a half million Americans identifies within or pagan which the same thing called witchcraft or the craft. It's a pagan religion. It's emerged in Britain in the early twentieth century, it's based on pre Christian traditions. It was just gonna say now, we know what they wanted to go toss cavenaugh in a pond and see if he floats because he does the news would let me get you. Burn him a very tiny rocks. Weakens practice outside in parks and gardens and fields. They praise nature and nature's gods and goddesses why this is news is because there are now more practising witches than there are Presbyterians in the United States. No way. Yes. No way. I listen. I see a lot of Presbyterian churches, but apparently they're just for show. There's not a lot of people. There's more witches Presbyterians and a lot of this is because of the growth in women in their most likely more likely to be millennial women, again millennials ruined religion millennials are just ruining everything here. They are Trump is making America great again and millennials are ruining it millennial women's embracing of new age, spirituality, mindfulness, meditation and yoga, they believe leads has led to the explosion of the which population. You know boomers ruined a lot too. We gave you Trump. I'm not a boomer though, gave Trump and debt a lot of it. Classic rock. Classic rock. I'm just saying is all this like throwing shade of millennials. Did we bring you keep saying we did boomers bring you which is? Yes. Yes. They did the sorry state of the economy, which is classic rock. Let's I have another. I have another piece of data. Okay. From this. Pure religion survey you ready for this. I'm ready. Democrats are less likely to say that they believe in the God of the bible, then Republicans because they're witches forty five percent of Democrats say they believe in the God of the bible seventy percent of Republicans. That is a very dramatic different. I mean that is that's a huge difference on partisan lines. Well, that's because liberals Democrats are much more likely to worship government, then and this is part of socialism. What does socialism do the state all good things come from the state because the state alleviates all of the struggles that God has placed on you. So the so the state is worshipped as your God, the state and worship of politics and the state is your religion as you drift from religion. I think that's the kind of thing that creates a vacuum and people crave something to fill it. And I think that goes to your point that allow government to fill it and virtue signaling and kind of play coming up with like, oh, we agree on all of these principles that like the don't offend principle. That's which seems to be like the underlying principle of a lot of liberalism that actually which is like if you offend that is your great sin unless you have found the right people white men. Yeah. White men. They're the new whipping boys. But it's these numbers. I gotta say as amusing as the witches thing is does that worry. You bet doesn't isn't there. Anything about that? You see that number and you're like out outpacing Presbyterians. Big deal. Isn't it? Does it does worry me because I do think that the younger generation? I know I joke about millennials. But I think they're searching for something. And they're trying to find it in socialism. They're trying to find it in witchcraft. They're trying to find it in the government. But there there's something toast for eighteen dollars. And then can't understand why they can't repay their student loans. But but I think they're very I think they're. Grounded in a certain way that generation is ungrounded, and they're searching and the older they get the the more far afield, they go, and I think that's a disturbing trend. Yeah. Family and faith, go a long way towards making civil society. Whole again, we need those two things. Amazing sad numbers. I hate reading that crap. Fifty one and WMA L A better.

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"pew research" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"pew research" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our TV studios here, man. I cannot get used to the dark around the top of the. Well in our studio. This is crazy. We couldn't get them fixed. Today, we've been advertising inspector, and they can't call spectrum and say we need four of those boxes are five. What's the channel? You miss the most. Let's see. I'm not sure I kind of look around at a mall. I laugh at CNN at their headlines. Bas obviously, we don't have the sound of it. They've got headlines what you're talking about. And they're so anti Trump. It's funny. And you'll periodically say what do they place cactuses under the always look like they're sitting on cactuses or something like that? They've got this snarl look on their faces really be mad because he wouldn't be able to watch the Spanish women on the Spanish channels. Yes, you're right. We don't have Univision that he turns on in there. Because of all the hot women they show on TV. And in Spanish that Jeff does not know how to speak. A certainly does not that the by the way, they got some figures out of the paper here this morning, but citizenship was granted to about two hundred seventy five thousand babies born to and I like this term undocumented immigrant parents. That means illegal that means lawbreakers undocumented like that old joke about would you call somebody breaks into a grocery store and undocumented shopper. And that's what they're doing. These are undocumented immigrants. Wait a minute. Didn't they just break? The law coming across here. They didn't look for any documents or anything. Anyway, it represented about seven percent of all births in the country that year. According to the Pew Research Center, and that was a drop from peak years of illegal immigration and the highest was in two thousand six one about three hundred seventy thousand children were born to again undocumented immigrants. Or nine percent of all births and that didn't even include pregnant mothers who got visas to travel of the US shortly before giving birth. Russians, they say routinely fly to south Florida. There's an entire industry in China designed a coach pregnant women on now to deal with US immigration authorities. So they can get into the US for the sole purpose of giving birth to American citizens. And of course, as as bad as that classes, I would love to hear what that class is. What's that? What happens in that class teaching pregnant women had to get through American. Authorities being entertaining class b. And it's very easy in this country because we have no protection on the south west border Mexicans also contributed a large share twenty one percent of verse in Arizona where undocumented again, why don't they say illegal immigrants? What the hell is wrong. With those people are right to stuff. Twenty-five percent of Burstyn Texas were to illegal immigrants and on and on and on. But the principle that anybody born on US soil becomes a US citizen was added in eighteen sixty eight and the purpose of it at that point was to grant citizenship to freed slaves. They had been born in this country. So they were citizens of this country where they were declared citizens they have been brought here against their will or their their parents and grandparents had and when they were freed if they were born here, they were considered citizens, and that's what it was all about it wasn't about an. Invasion of people coming from the south or anything like that. And that's why we had the fourteenth amendment added to the constitution. And it's time to interpret it now and with a conservative court, maybe they'll uphold what President Trump is doing. I can't believe we haven't had any callers to talk about this. We're interested in this particular subject. It's five forty six on AM Tampa Bay and we go to the newsroom now Chris treatment, Pittsburgh continues to grieve after the deaths of eleven people killed on Saturday in a shooting at the tree of life. Synagogue, President Trump visited on Tuesday and lit candles and place stones on stars of David to pay respects to the victims. He also visited the hospital where other victims are recovering after the shootout with the suspect even as demonstrators were calling for him to stay away. There will be a memorial to the victims of the pulse nightclub mass shooting. Commissioners in Orange County voted to us ten million dollars in hotel tax. Money to build a permanent museum at the site of the nightclub. A gunman walked into the club in June of two thousand sixteen and shot and killed forty nine people. It.

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"pew research" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Washington has become a terrible habitat for endangered species but I the average wage earner in America has been stagnating. For four decades according to the Pew Research Center it's. A shocking finding Ramesh senior editor of the national review in a Bloomberg. Opinion columnist makes the case that people aren't looking at the data in the right way tell. Us about the stagnation of, the average wage in America what the Pew. Research has found Q. research came out with a new. Numbers suggesting that most Americans, haven't seen a raise over the. Last forty years if, you look at the average hourly wage compared to nineteen seventy eight the purchasing power. According to is the same pretty shocking finding do you disagree. With what Pew Research has found I think that what has, found needs to be put in context so. I think it's. True that economic growth has slowed over the years And so we don't have the kind of progress. That we had in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties but I. Think that there are two points that you have to keep in mind That that we have been making some progress one is that there are a lot of. Benefits besides wages and benefits have become a larger and larger share of total compensation The. Second thing is we've got to use the white adjustment for inflation to figure out what purchasing power back in nineteen seventy eight It was compared to now and I think, there's a good case to be made that if you make if he's. The white adjustment we have been. Making progress over that period not as much? Progress maybe as we'd like to but still significant progress we're not just running in place can you quantify how much progress we've made Median wage that is the person in the, middle of the income distribution to been making total compensation package wages and. Benefits about thirty percent higher than. What they were getting in nineteen seventy eight So again a. Long time period but it's real progress are any economists, talking about the economic, stagnation absolutely, no question of wage stagnation the question of what's going wrong in our economy what's changed how we adapt those are topics. That lots of people have been addressing but we have to I think, have a good sense of what happened over the last few decades in order to really grapple with us. Questions so prohibitive we. Really thought that we haven't made any economic progress in forty years but it may be. That we have to do some really radical things that our system just isn't working on. The other hand what I think is more likely to be true is that we have been making progress it's just flowing down and that's just that maybe there are some things that aren't working the navy there are parts are working and we Need? To figure, out what's working and, build on that so. Ramesh are there any economists that you onto? To. Support this theory well there's. A lot of economists who I think have given, careful attention, to trends in. Wages so on the left for example I would consider, Jason Furman who worked, an economic, areas for both the Clinton and Obama administration to be somebody who's thoughtful about these issues on the right Scott win ship. Has done a lot of excellent work in this area that I've drawn, on and you know there's so many other pieces of this puzzle so for example healthcare the growth of. Healthcare costs may be. Part of this picture and you need to look at what's going on specifically in that. Field a lot of people who are doing important work here what about income inequality hasn't. The gap between the rich and the poor increased Over. The last forty years, right that's, that's a good point income inequality does seem to have increased and that's one reason why just look at the average wage isn't enough you also have to look at the person in the middle of the income distribution as I was discussing earlier because. If it's an average Bill Gates is affecting that average but. That's not the, typical, picture of most people in our society do you think that, the middle class is sort of disappearing in our society that we have. The haves and have nots well you know a lot. Of people in the middle class has sort of become an upper middle class Over the last thirty to forty years so there has been a disappearance Seems to. Be mostly in an upward direction There's also the question that people feel graph people feel very, nervous about not, just their. Own economic prospects but their children economic prospects they worry that they're not gonna have the skills and assets they need to acquits themselves with to be successful in the future Thanks for Through.

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"pew research" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on KTRH

"Top story this, hour there are a lot. Of close races on the mid-term ballot this year but KTAR ages cliff. Saunders is live and says the most. Important person running, is an actually run has for who that. Person is Russ Ramsay at the Texas Tribune says it's the person driving. The conversation most every day with his policies With his tweets there's an old saying in politics. That all politics is local. Except when it's not and this year this is a national election it looks, like the most important guy on the ballot in most. Cases is Donald Trump is agenda is going to be on trial so to speak candidates on both, sides are going. To spend, a lot of time talking about him in some like. Senator Ted Cruz are asking Trump textually helped him campaign in what's become a tight race with Beto aerobic bruised and a Rourke are running kind of a barn burner of a, Senate, race, it's a national. Race everybody in the country. Is paying attention. To, it it's. A federal race so it's cough of the ballot and Ramsey says Trump by rallying. For, candidates he supports does get. Voters to go out and cast their votes yes he's bringing them to, the polls President. Trump is lost practically no support, among those who have warm feelings forum according to the Pew Research Center they rated. Respondents on a zero to one hundred, feeling sir monitor where a rating of fifty one or hires considered Warm seventy six or higher hires considered very warm in November two thousand sixteen eighty seven percent of Trump supporters claimed to. Have warm feelings toward their candidate his rating has only fallen to eighty two percent nearly two years into his term vice President Mike Pence visited the Pentagon to unveil the defense department's plan for a space force the report follows, President Trump's surprise announcement in June that he was directing the DOD to undertake. The mission Penn said. It is time to create a United States space. Force to prepare for. The next battlefield where America's best. And bravest will be called to deter and, defeat a new generation of threats to our people to our nation. For, now a new space forces just. A proposal it would take an act of congress to create a new branch. Of the military KT are h., news time six thirty four a staggering six hundred thousand foreigners overstayed their visas in the US last year Dave Ray With the federation of American Immigration Reform says. We shouldn't just shrug that off are they simply here to take a. Job from an American or is there another nine eleven plot underway this is not a question. We should ask lightly says the nine eleven commission recommended biometric screening at ports of. Entry but we haven't done much to implement that it's not just Mexicans and Canadians races Europeans are also. Overstaying their visas perhaps because they think US immigration law is all hat and no cattle the number of illegal border crossings entering the US from Mexico continues to decline the department of homeland security says more than thirty one thousand people were, apprehended in July that's an eight percent. Drop from the previous month June crossings were down fifteen percent compared to may officials. Credit the Trump administration's tougher stance, on border, security President Trump's border wall could cost billions more than he claims the General. Accounting Office Slammed the White House plan which they say doesn't account for, varying terrain or landownership while critic Monica Weisberg. Stewart with the Texas border coalition says. That is important padded where water has backed up into other areas there's an true environmental concerns she says, the report raises serious questions about whether the wall would accomplish its goal for. Adducing illegal immigration the years long legal fight over. The Texas voter ID law appears to. Be over this week opponents of the Texas voter. ID law told a federal judge the case is settled and. They will not pursue any other challenges state attorney general Ken Paxton says the law was always legit ideas use at airports hotel Argument is simple that this is a legitimate. Act of, the legislature discriminatory he tells Fox News the. Legislature passed Senate, Bill five last year to. Allow those without ID to vote by signing an affidavit the fifth circuit, wanted an affidavit and, they wanted the cost of basically these zero, legislature made those changes we reacted. To what the fifth circuit and the fifth circuit upheld the revised law back, in April leaving, opponents with few legal options Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h Jack KTAR h news time six thirty six all Google, all the time maybe the wave of the future. Of the massive search engine. In its products like YouTube in ways accounted for over one third of your digital media time last month. We can wake up to a Google home automated. Voices ending drive our cars to work give. Us our map and give. Us our news and information nurse stocks Google warrants hijack tax and Michael Garfield says at the same. Time Facebook's use. Time continues to, fall although Instagram remains only. Thirteen percent of Facebook size The Houston Texans, opener preseason with a seventeen. Ten win over the chiefs in Kansas City to Shawn Watson made his, return to the field. For the first time, since injuring his knee, last year he played one series. And was all smiles after the game was cool Time get to Jesus foreign a little bit and This here. The fans and just walk on the backup quarterback Brandon Weeden threw a pair of touchdown passes in the win the team host the forty Niners in preseason action. A week from tomorrow at energy stadium. And Houston Astros as Justin Burland. 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"pew research" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"To the pew research center in two thousand fifteen there were fifty muslimmajority countries you know how many muslimmajority countries are going to be affected by this ban five five muslimmajority countries along with north korea and venezuela five there are fifty muslimmajority countries only ten percent of them are going to be affected by the travel ban it's not a muslim ban unless you think that a bunch of muslims are north korean venezuela here the countries iran north korea syria libya yemen somalia in venezuela and you look at that listen you go more my gosh of course we shouldn't just be willy nilly letting people in from these countries i mean these are terrorists sponsored countries or with the case of venezuela in total disarray chad was originally on the list but was recently removed because it met security requirements they're they're trying to get these countries to vet these folks and allow us to vet folks coming from these countries before they come and if they meet the security requirements to get taken off the list so what does the band do it's a spins entry to iranian as immigrants and non immigrants those who have valid student and exchange visitor visas can enter but they may face enhanced screening for libya it's a spins entry two libyans is immigrants also suspends entry to non immigrants on business and tourist visa north korea suspends entry to north koreans as immigrants and non immigrants in somalia suspends entry to somalians is immigrants syria suspends entry to immigrants and non do you think we should be letting folks in from syria by the way with all the mass that's going on over there no venezuela it restricts entry to certain venezuela government officials but everybody else can come in yemen it's suspends entry two libyans libyans yemenis immigrants also suspends entry to non immigrants on business and tourist visas well why did they do this to iran iran regularly fails to cooperate with the us and identifying security risks so you're out why they do it the libya same thing libya is an important and valuable counterterrorism partner of the us they say it's still has difficulty sharing terror related information and the substantial terrorist presence in libya amplifies the risk posed by the entry into the united states of its nationals north korea do i even have to say somalia they're grappling with a persistent terrorist threat and the us government call somalia a terrorist safe haven syria do i have to tell you they regularly failed to cooperate with the us on a dentist buying security risks and venezuela that government the data statically share public safety and terrorism related information so they said you can't come in until you get that straight and yemen is an important and valuable counterterrorism partner yet it's still faces management challenges and a significant terrorist presence according to the white house so the immigrants are suspended as well as non immigrants on business that would be one or tourist b two visas and business lash tourist visas so they are the ones so we have five muslimmajority countries out of fifty that are affected by this and everybody out the lane stream media the left wing media calling this a muslim bans a muslim ban at all you tell me which one of those countries iran north korea syria libya yemen somalia revenge that you feel comfortable letting people in just come on in well we've got the left wing going nuts out there folks i mean chuckles oh people are going crazy nancy pelosi it's all over everywhere here's what chuckle said miss chuck schumer so.

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"pew research" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So cocoa already found the link to the pew research center little questionnaire five questions it's not questions their statements and you're supposed to identify which are factual and which are opinion so we put the link to that on the homepage at the website and at the overwhelmingly popular rush limbaugh dot com app my friends while you're there by the way you must check out our brand new eib store if i look i'm proud of this we the store for the past number of years i it was embarrassing we just let it languish we had our reasons we had problems staying stylish and current with suppliers because they couldn't guarantee that what they were selling us was snuffed they're gonna continue to manufacture so it was just it allowed to languish as we pursued other areas we've revitalize that we've rebuilt it it's got all brand new top quality stuff it's the ib rush limbaugh store at eib net the rush limbaugh dot com website i mentioned before the break in the bottom of the hour that a democrat activist has figured out trump's executive order and what it means and this guy his i didn't know until today what his name is i see him now he's a little guy he's bald headed and he's just filled with history onyx and what he's on fox.

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"pew research" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine wild political correctness perhaps means something different to uh burying individuals you know i of examined it i have looked at it and while some of it uh is understandably laughable i believe liberalism live bro ism unmasked is evil i believe it destroys everything a rounded eventually and then destroys itself to manifest only somewhere else at a later date uh you know many people feel political correctness is run out of control especially on college campuses across the us of unfortunately some of this behavior his corrupt in the other institutions that's the band part about evil it's never satisfied where it is it continues to expand from police departments to high schools to the nation's capital there was a pew research center survey last year found that almost sixty percent of americans say too many people are easily offended these days over the language that other people use and wild people out side the bigots fear friday were buoyed language or doing something that offend somebody at the same time some attempt some of these attempts at politically correct behaviour go way too far and eventually hurt everyone around it pc terms devalues the english language caused confusion and generally cause more problems than just being honest and forthright would have done in the first place uh all right uh let me get to your calls let's go to uh joni and auburn washington's joni uh thank you very much for.

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"pew research" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine wild political correctness perhaps means something different to uh burying individuals you know i of examined it i have looked at it and while some of it uh is understandably laughable i believe liberalism liberalism unmasked is evil are believe it destroys everything around it eventually and then destroys itself to manifest only somewhere else at a later date uh you know many people feel political correctness is run out of control especially on college campuses across the us uh unfortunately some of this behavior his crept into other institutions that's the bad part about evil it's never satisfied where it is it continues to expand from police departments to high schools to the nation's capital there was a pew research center survey last year found that almost sixty percent of americans say too many people are easily offended these days over the language that other people use in while people outside the bigots fear tried to avoid language or doing something that offend somebody at the same time some attempt some of these attempts have politically correct behaviour go way too far and eventually hurt everyone around it pc terms devalues the english language caused confusion and generally caused more problems than just being honest and forthright would have done in the first place uh all right uh let me get to your calls let's go to uh joni in auburn washington's joni uh thank you very much for.

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"pew research" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine wild political correctness perhaps means something different to uh burying individuals you know i of examined it i have looked at it and while some of it uh is understood am the bully laughable i believe liberalism liberalism unmasked is evil i believe it destroys everything around it eventually and then destroys itself to manifest only somewhere else at a later date uh you know many people feel political correctness is run out of control especially on college campuses across the us uh unfortunately some of this behavior his crept into other institutions that's the band part about evil it's never satisfied where it is it continues to expand from police departments to high schools to the nation's capital there was a pew research center survey last year found that almost sixty percent of americans say too many people are easily offended these days over the language that other people use and wild people outside the bigot sphere tried to avoid language or doing something that offend somebody at the same time some attempt some of these attempts at politically correct behaviour go way too far and eventually hurt everyone around it pc terms devalues the english language caused confusion and generally caused more problems than just being honest and forthright would have done in the first place uh all right let me get to your calls let's go to uh joni and auburn washington's joni uh thank you very much for.

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"pew research" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on Freedom 970

"And pin throat so we that's why it's so hard to get anything done with congress we've got charts in the book from pew research that show in just ten years after two thousand four tom we went far to the left in the democrats and part of the right people whipped from center to both sides and now there is no center there is no common ground to pass bills someday agreement and i really think that some that wins they end up i do what the norm is chuck quit but we may end up with a blue american a red america we may still have one trading zone which would obviously be it everybody's the bad but we may have to political and for more because i just don't see any weight of zhang two groups together and i think every bite be happier know directed have their politics than the blue could have there and not have to compromise the my again there is no compromise but then when you've windows broke well you know he would force but we're talking about that happen everything just we're gonna go broke out of power he's going to grow gopro company's gonna go broke banks are going to fail it forces the big what i call financial detox and yeah you have uh blue states of subsidising red state than a lot of welfare and expenditure but you know the blue states are subsidized by these tax deductions to fund near super high income taxes and that's going to have to change they're not going to be able to get away california got a fourteen percent marginal rate for their income tax which is obviously on top of federal tyrants well florida has zero i mean that so so all of this stuff i warn people about it because this is like a once in a lifetime a bit when this bobble finally burst it's going to be very challenging but it's gonna caused a lot of reforms and changes that we've needed forever and you just can't get done once they come in live takes a crisis to get people to get clear about stuff we we baby boomers are expecting all these entitlements and they're not gonna happen i've done the done the number they're not financially possible for smaller number.

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"pew research" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Show with look politics tom culture religion and more is tom lou tom should act with the tom shilue show heat three three eight five two four eight six six is the number and i want to talk about marriage yeah yeah that that institution scott modest morning pew research said i go to all the time got a there's always a lot of interesting studies at the pew research center puree search a us marriage rate as us marriage rate hovers at fifty percent education gap and marital status widens interesting i'm always interested in a widening gap in anything and i want to find out why okay so the us marriage rate hovers at fifty percent first of all do you think marriage is important are you married do you think it's important or even if you're on mary do you think it's do you think it is an important institution that we should think about you know you know the numbers people who grow up in two parent families families that stay together do a lot better than people who come from i what they call a broken on these scored a broken home and i'm thinking call it anymore but the us marriage rate hovers at fifty percent education gap in marital status widens all right half of us adults are married today rob your mind around that half of us.

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"pew research" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The pew research center says forty one percent of people polled have experienced online harassment which ranges from name calling to stalking and sexual harassment three years ago that number was thirty five percent the poll also found that twothirds of people have witnessed others being harassed and nearly two in ten called their harassment severe that includes physical threats stalking and harassment over a long period of time the two thousand sixteen presidential election is seen as a major reason why the numbers are up with fourteen percent of people saying they were harassed online specifically because of their political views i'm john stolnis checking your money tonight the dow finished the day up a point the s p 500 down to wmal traffic and weather next isn't it interesting i'm the only one talking about the movin move ralph c it in the lead media the backbenchers haven't figured it out yet six to nine pm hands me i'm here at night 105 point nine fm and am six thirty washington's mall this is charles osgood since auto owners insurance began in the teen sixteen the world has entered the information age of computers email and smartphones while technology continues to advance we believe people help people best that's why you'll only find auto owners insurance from your local independent agent a real person who were takes you life family and business auto owners insurance one hundred years of putting people first in fredericksburg visit bankers insurance dot neck individuals and businesses with tax problems listen carefully if you owe over ten thousand dollars in back taxes or have unfiled tax returns us tax shield can help you take back control the irs can seize your bank accounts garnish your paycheck close your business and file criminal charges our team of tax attorneys can stop collections and get you protected us tax shield offers a price protection guaranteed quote to get you protected today us tax shield is a plus rated with the bbb so call eight hundred five wondering 77 96 us tax yield eight hundred five one.

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"pew research" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pew research" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Wind pimm fox the latest pew poll of a global attitudes give president donald trump a 22 percent confidence rating and foreign leaders me you taking advantage here to tell us more is james me a contributor two bloomberg view james maybe just start out by explaining how this poll was conducted and is this a poll on president trump or is it a poll on the united states or both well i want both coming after all the state collected put trump a poll conducted by the pew research center which most reputable out there polled more than forty thousand people 37 country had been doing and particular format for at least the path so you have a record over the last three president and the results are really quite staggering the ratio botha remarkable kharoum theory they were bility confident us at all so uh you know in how the perceived more generally i want to circle the sort of in on something here and that has to do with confidence because you mentioned that word and confidence is supposedly essential if you're dealing with trees yet have the confidence had someone else has going to be able to actually carry out what they said they're going to do tell us.

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