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After Las Vegas attack, Democrats in Congress were far more likely than Republicans to mention guns on Facebook

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Congress’ most liberal, conservative members have more Facebook followers

Methodology ReportAug 4, 2017

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Methodology ReportJun 20, 2017

Americans report similar news habits whether surveyed by phone or web

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Are Telephone Polls Understating Support for Trump?

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Flashpoints in Polling

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Why 2016 election polls missed their mark

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Oversampling is used to study small groups, not bias poll results

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Cellphone Activity Flags

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Text Message Notification for Web Surveys

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Measuring illegal immigration: How Pew Research Center counts unauthorized immigrants in the U.S.

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Data Quality Deserves an Honest Discussion

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