So Pew Research Center has looked at where this country’s immigrants have come from in the last 40 or so years. Interestingly, last fiscal year, most of our immigrants came from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Public support for abortion highest in two decades
Pew Research Center says that 57 percent of Americans say abortion should be legal in all or most cases, while 39 percent say it should be illegal in all or most cases. That’s the most public support in the last two decades. What will this mean with a new president who insists he’s against abortion, mostly? …
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Who do you trust?
About three-quarters of Americans trust the military and they trust scientists to do the right thing, according to a new Pew poll. Sadly, the media and elected officials — and religious leaders — don’t fare so well. And thanks, Leftover, for the link.
Some facts about illegal immigration in the U.S.
From Pew Research Center. You can read more here.
Nearly 1 in 100 people are displaced
According to the Pew Research Center, 1 in 100 people around the world are displaced. That’s a record high.
How American view the #BlackLivesMatter movement
From the Pew Research Center, and you can read more here.
Most U.S. Catholics want change
The Pew Research Center says that most U.S. Catholics want change in church rules on divorce and communion. You can read more here.
Well, THIS is troubling how the U.S. sees immigrants
It’s from the Pew Research Center.
What happens when the majority becomes the minority?
Because it’s really already happened, in schools. This country is becoming increasingly diverse, as evidence by this chart that parses public school enrollment. I find this fascinating. As I type this, the admin across the hall is speaking Spanish to someone who just called her on the phone. Last week, I had some of the best …
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The U.S.A. is a conundrum
Wonder why the U.S. ranks relatively high in terms of religiosity?