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U.S. adults disagree with major internet companies acting as disseminators and editors of news, especially when that content is tailored to user by behavior.
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Advanced Placement programs in entrepreneurship will boost students' opportunities to become successful builders of the future.
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Cultural norms and traditions further add to the complexity of attitudes toward migrants worldwide.
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The Microsoft performance review, development and succession planning process, called Talent Talks, embodies a growth mindset to reinvent the present and build the future.
Americans from different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds don't share the same sense of security. The same is true for men and women.
Americans living in lower-income households feel about as safe as people living in some developing countries.
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The image of U.S. leadership suffered its most serious damage among its NATO allies in 2017.
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People in India feel worse about their lives now than they have at any point in the past decade.
A news source rating tool can help consumers of online information discern between real and false news content.
This Fourth of July, nearly nine in 10 Americans are satisfied with their freedom.
Counter to what people might read, see and hear on the news, Gallup's global polling shows the majority of people on the planet feel pretty safe.
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Americans estimate 62% of the news they see in newspapers, on TV and hear on the radio is biased, 44% of it is inaccurate and 39% is misinformation.