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Survey on What Americans fear – Christians Can Be Counterculturally Fearless

"...the foremost fear in the U.S. (for the sixth year in a row) is fear of 'corrupt government officials.' It’s a fear shared by Republicans (84.6 percent) and Democrats (77.8 percent) alike... the next highest-ranking fear ('people I love dying') is a full 20 points lower." - TGC

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Survey: Most Americans support vaccine religious exemptions but suspect invalid use

"majorities of almost every religious group believe there are no valid religious reasons to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine, including Hispanic Catholics (68%), other Christians (68%), Jewish Americans (67%), Hispanic Protestants (64%), white Catholics (62%), ... Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (60%), Black Protestants (59%), white mainline Protestants (56%) and other Protestants of color (51%)." - RNS

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On the 25th Anniversary of Welfare Reform, a Study Asks How It Worked

"Each big anniversary of the 1996 welfare reform . . . sees an outpouring of retrospectives . . . It’s long been clear that single mothers flooded into the labor force after the reform, and that their income went up. What’s less clear is whether some particularly disadvantaged families were left behind, and how overall well-being changed for the affected households." - IFS

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