Native Americans are facing voter suppression. This resource wants to help them overcome it

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While all Americans face a very different voting landscape this year, many Native Americans have to deal with more pernicious challenges. Natives Vote wants to help. Though Native Americans have technically been enfranchised since 1924, numerous obstacles in various states serve to bar individuals from voting. They largely affect the 30% of the 5.2 million Native Americans who live on reservations, but even extend to people living in rural areas more generally. Read Full Story

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Since the pandemic began, American billionaires made an extra half a trillion dollars

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The richest Americans continue to get richer, while 21 million Americans are on unemployment. As millions of unemployed Americans bear the brunt of economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. billionaires have seen the opposite: a massive accumulation of wealth. The total amount of wealth controlled by U.S. billionaires’ swelled by more than $565 billion since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis. Read Full Story

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Asian-Americans’ Digital Device Adoption Remains Above Average

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Asian-Americans continue to be ahead of the curve when it comes to digital adoption. Per new data from Nielsen, 9 in 10 Asian-American TV households own an internet-connected TV device of some kind, compared to 76% of all US TV households. Almost across the board, Asian-American households are above-average in digital technology ownership. Data from… Read More » The post Asian-Americans’ Digital Device Adoption Remains Above Average appeared first on Marketing Charts .

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1 in 4 American Youth Say They’re Using TikTok

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Instagram use among younger Americans has been increasing over the past few years, with nearly 7 in 10 (68%) Americans between the ages of 12 and 34 now reporting that they use the popular app. But, while Instagram leads in usage with this age group, the most recent Infinite Dial Report released by Edison Research… Read More » The post 1 in 4 American Youth Say They’re Using TikTok appeared first on Marketing Charts .

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Do you know how to treat a burn from sparklers or a grill this July 4th? Most Americans don’t

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Most Americans don’t understand how likely they are to get burned, nor how to treat the ensuing burns, according to a new survey. Most Americans don’t understand how likely they are to get burned, nor how to treat the ensuing burns, according to a new survey commissioned by the Arizona Burn Center. And Americans are cocky about their fire-safety know-how: 53% of Americans believe they know some or a lot about burns and treatment. Read Full Story

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