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  • Winter 2020
  • Progress in 2019
  • Trust, Facts, and Democracy Today
  • Protecting Chilean Patagonia
  • Lessons Learned Today
  • Millions Still Lack Broadband Access
  • Noteworthy
  • Average U.S. Household Size Is Going Up
  • States Combat the Opioid Crisis
  • Cashless Retailers Problematic for Some
  • How Much Do You Know About Wildlife?
  • Explaining Why Survey Estimates Vary
  • Restoring Oysters in New York Harbor
  • Got an Electric Car?
  • Return on Investment
  • A Post 911 Generation of Veterans
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Winter 2020
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A Local Approach to Protecting Chilean Patagonia's Natural Heritage

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Small, organized groups are a cornerstone of protecting Chilean Patagonia’s natural heritage.

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How Americans View Trust, Facts, and Democracy Today

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For more than three decades, the Pew Research Center has examined how people think about democracy, trust in institutions, and the role of information in society. In light of current debates about the state of the democratic process and the importance of truth, we decided in 2018 to redouble our focus on the role of information and trust in democratic societies.

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