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Europe’s childless leaders symbolize a dying continent soon to be overrun by Muslims | News | LifeSite
The majority of Europe’s leaders being childless not only symbolizes the death of Europe, but it demonstrates how leaders, having no hope for the future, have set the stage for a Muslim takeover, said commentator Mark Steyn in a recent video.

“The European political class is barren. In a sense, it exemplifies the barrenness of the general population, which is true in Western Europe,” he said.
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3 days ago by Jswindle
The rise and future of progressive redistribution | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal
-- interesting claim that it[inequality] is not a result of stagnation or regression in progressive redisributive policies but rather the emphasis on social insurance for aging population.
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3 days ago by rvenkat
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How To Understand The Of Your Audience and Why It Is Important? Read More …
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4 days ago by mandigital
Red State Families: Better Than We Knew | Institute for Family Studies
Second, adjusting for education and race/ethnicity transforms the relationship between the Red State Index and marital upbringing from a curvilinear to a linear one. The redder the state, the more likely is a teen to grow up with his or her married birth parents. The relationship is modest but statistically significant. For every ten-point increase in the Red State Index, the proportion of teens living with both parents rises by one percentage point. This suggests that red state family culture is associated with increased odds of being raised in an intact, married family.

http://anepigone.blogspot.com/2017/11/nicholas-kristof-strikes-out.html
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5 days ago by nhaliday
U.S. Census Report Highlights Small Manufacturers Big Role in the U.S. Economy. - NAM
But there is another face to U.S. manufacturing. Small employer manufacturers (those with fewer than 50 employees) shine in many sectors. For example, 92 percent of the cement and concrete product manufacturing establishments in the U.S. have fewer than 50 employees. These small establishments employ 89,058 people, or over half of all employees in this industry.
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6 days ago by areadevelopment
More teens watch YouTube than cable TV, though Netflix rules the day
Netflix is the preferred video service among teenagers, with 37% naming it their favorite destination for video consumption in 2017, according to Piper Jaffray’s “Semi-Annual Taking Stock with Teens Survey.”

While Netflix has maintained its status as top dog since 2015, the survey also showed that YouTube has overtaken cable TV as the second favorite video destination of choice with teenagers. In 2015, cable was preferred by 26% of teens, with YouTube at 22%. But the tables have now turned, and then some. In the most recent survey, 29% of teens flock to YouTube against just 22% who prefer cable.
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8 days ago by russrunner
MuseumStat: Connecting Museums and Communities
THIS 👉🏾 museumstat.org/#/

Amazing, accessible software that maps museums and their surrounding demographics. In a simple search, you can learn the needs of the surrounding community and tailor your programs to them.

Mind. Blown.
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10 days ago by danamuses
Race, Religion, and Immigration in… | Democracy Fund Voter Study Group
Figure 2 The Relationship between 2011 Attitudes and Vote Choices in 2012

Third, although perceptions of the economy are related to vote choice in both years—unsurprisingly, people who believed the economy was doing worse were more likely to vote for the out-party Republicans—its effect is similar in both years. This suggests that the 2016 vote choice was not uniquely about “economic anxiety.”

The results also show that certain factors were less strongly related to voters’ choice in 2016 than they were in 2012: social issue attitudes, economic issue attitudes, and, more notably, party identification. The smaller impact of party identification reflects the larger number of defections in 2016, as compared to 2012.

What stands out most, however, is the attitudes that became more strongly related to the vote in 2016: attitudes about immigration, feelings toward black people, and feelings toward Muslims. This pattern fits the prevailing discourse of the two campaigns and the increased attention to issues involving ethnic, racial, and religious minorities in 2016.(v)
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