Despite how mainstream media spins it, Latinxs are not a monolith. We have different traditions, cultures, languages, values and, well, political affiliations. A new Pew Research Center study is showing just how divided the group is when it comes to this year's presidential election. MORE: Why Fewer Latinos Are Certain About Voting in this Presidential Election Than in 2012
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Political Party Leader Urges Pluralistic Ethos for Religious Tolerance in India In a celebration of the Sikh festival of Baisakhi April 13, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, president of Jammu and Kashmir's statewide National Conference political party, has called for religious harmony in India. Cautioning against intolerance, he spoke of the pluralistic ethos of the state of Jammu and Kashmir as a shining example of inclusiveness and unity among Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists and Christians…
A new Pew Research Center survey of Muslims around the globe finds that most adherents of the world’s second-largest religion are deeply committed to their faith and want its teachings to shape not only their personal lives but also their societies and politics.
(LifeZette) Muslims will double their share of the population in the United States by 2050 and surpass Christianity as the world’s dominant religion by the end of the century, according to a Pew Research Center report last week. The Pew study comes the same week that saw two acts of mass murder perpetrated by Muslim extremists …
Democrats & Republicans Poles Apart On Global Warming - According to a 2015 Pew Research Center survey, 86 percent of people in Brazil and 76 percent of people in India consider global warming a very serious problem. In the U.S., on the other hand, only 45 percent of respondents were seriously concerned.
The system is built so police are above the law, a point cops themselves concede. Bad cops aren’t punished for their misbehavior, according to police officers.A new national Pew Research Center survey of 8,000 cops around the country found just a little over one fourth of police believe that fellow officers suffer consequences for misconduct. Conversely, the overwhelming majority of cops, 72 percent, said that “poorly performing officers are not held accountable” for bad behavior.