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Match Releases New Study on LGBTQ Single Population

National
Match Tuesday debuted LGBTQ in America, the largest nationally-representative study of American singles who identify as LGBTQ. ...
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Hawaii Knocks Alaska Out of the Number One Spot for U.S. Well-Being

Travel
Residents of West Virginia and Kentucky have the lowest and second-lowest well-being, respectively, for the seventh consecutive year. ...
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Study Shows Almost Half of Canadians Have Never Been Tested for HIV

Health International
Despite scientific advances in the treatment of HIV/AIDS over the past 30 years, questions remain about how much Canadians know about the once deadly virus. ...
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New Report on Transgender Experiences in Sex Work Recommends Decriminalization

National
Transgender sex workers reported high levels of harassment and violence, often at the hands of police. ...
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New Survey Shows Women Entrepreneurs Have Voracious Appetite for Growth

National
The most recent U.S. Census bureau data showed the number of women-owned businesses increased by 7 percent from 2007 to 2012. ...
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Hillary Clinton’s Favorability Rating Sinks to 41% Low, Remains Frontrunner

Politics
As Clinton continues to field inquiries from the media and government into her email use as secretary of state, her favorable rating among national adults has fallen to near-record lows. ...
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Fewer Than Half of Catholics Believe Homosexuality is a Sin, New Report

Faith and Religion
Nearly half of Catholics (47 percent) said they have a close friend or family member who is gay. ...
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Half of Unmarried LGBT Americans Say They Would Like to Wed

National
Among the large majority of LGBT respondents who were unmarried or separated at the time of the survey, 52 percent said they would like to get married in the future. ...
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