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America’s LGBT 2015 Buying Power Estimated at $917 Billion

National
The combined buying power of the U.S. lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) adult population for 2015 is estimated at $917 billion. ...
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Study: For Teens, Phone Calls Are Reserved for Closer Relationships

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National
While few teens say the primary way they connect with new friends is through phone calls, teens are more likely to talk with their closest friends by phone. ...
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UW Q Center Launches LGBT Policy Study Abroad Program

Directer of the University of Washington Q Center, Jen Self (left) and Co-Director Jaimée Marsh (right) will take 15 students to Barcelona this summer on the UW's first LGBT focused program.
Top News Local
Fifteen students will board a flight to Barcelona this August as part of the University of Washington’s first LGBT-focused study abroad program. ...
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Women Are Equal to Men on Leadership Traits, Study

Top News National
Among Democratic women, fully 69 percent say they hope the U.S. will elect a female president in their lifetime. ...
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Majority of Young Catholics Believe Gays and Lesbians Should Be Accepted, Study

Young Catholics
Top News Faith and Religion
A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that 85 percent of Catholics between the ages 18 and 29 think gays and lesbians should be accepted by society. ...
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Marriage Media: Same-Sex Marriage or Gay Marriage?

Top News National
Citizens searched more for "gay marriage" than "same-sex marriage." Journalists, on the other hand, searched "same-sex marriage" more. ...
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New Report Compares Republicans to Democrats and the Rich to the Poor

New Report Compares Republicans to Democrats and the Rich to the Poor
As Republicans gather for their national convention in Tampa to nominate a presidential candidate known, in part, as a wealthy businessman, a new nationwide Pew Research Center survey ...
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New Report: Political Party Trends – A Primer for the Conventions

New Report: Political Party Trends – A Primer for the Conventions
The Democratic Party continues to maintain an advantage in party identification among voters, but its lead is much smaller than it was in 2008. ...
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