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Responses to Paris

In the run up to the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, 30 November to 11 December, the BBC is today heavily spinning some survey findings it has commissioned from the Research Group… 414 more words

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Study: Nearly half of Millennials not always on board with free speech

While Millennials tend to think of themselves as more progressive and forward-thinking than other generations, a recent survey suggests that some of them, at least, are not always advocates of the First Amendment. 209 more words


Pew reveals more app data leaks. 10 things MRers should be thankful for. (RBDR 11.25.2015)

RBDR will return on Monday, November 30th after observing the Thanksgiving holiday.

Today on RBDR:

1) Pew Research studies and learns the extent of data leaks that can come from an app–and how intolerant many consumers are about knowingly sharing their data in order to download an app. 88 more words

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In God we trust, in government we don't

By Tom Quiner

Despite all the talk about hope and change, despite pledges of fidelity to the people, trust in government has plunged to all-time lows under Barack Obama. 461 more words


Americans' Trust in the Government is at Historic Lows

If public trust in the government served as elected officials’ report card, they’d be failing in a big way.

Only 19% of Americans today say they can trust the government in Washington to do what is right “just about always” or “most of the time,” according to new data released by the Pew Research Center on Monday. 185 more words


Report: More Than 1 In 4 Americans Believe Government Is The Enemy

WASHINGTON (CBSDC)– More than 1 in 4 Americans believe that the government is the enemy, according to a new poll.

Pew Research Center found that 27 percent of registered voters say they think of government as an enemy, up 8 points since 1996.  181 more words


Even Americans are losing confidence in the political wisdom of the American people

In the run-up to a presidential election in which a vociferous businessman-turned-reality-TV-star and a retired neurosurgeon with some unconventional theories have risen to the top of the polls… 241 more words