Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - November 4 2022

Newsletter 11/04/2022

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Americans giving midterms less thought, are less enthusiastic than four years ago: survey

Americans are giving less thought to the midterm elections this year and are less enthused about voting than they were in 2018, according to a new Gallup survey. -TheHill.com

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Survey: Americans broadly support teaching about (most) controversial topics in the classroom

Legislators in many U.S. states have been voicing the need to shield children from complexity, controversy, and differing perspectives. Since the beginning of 2022, politicians have introduced 139 bills across 37 states designed to limit educators’ latitude to address racism, inequity, bias, structural injustices, and gender and sexuality issues in school. A new survey found that found that Americans across the political spectrum believe that high school students should be learning a broad range of 24 civics-related concepts and skills. However, there are exceptions to the broad bipartisan agreement, especially in the teaching of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) issues. -Brookings.edu

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Humans may ‘evolve’ to have deformed bodies, second eyelid from overusing technology

Hunched back, clawed-hands, and second eyelids could be common features of human anatomy in the future, a recent computer model reveals. The shocking, hopefully tongue-in-cheek report warns that overusing technology could somehow steer human evolution in a direction that leaves people looking deformed compared to what we consider normal today. -StudyFinds.org

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Poll: 6 in 10 Americans admit to driving while drowsy

Most people consider drowsy driving dangerous, but an estimated 37 million Americans still get behind the wheel at least once a year when they're so tired they can barely keep their eyes open. About six in 10 people admitted to drowsy driving in a new survey by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). "Drowsy driving is impaired driving," said Joseph Dzierzewski, the foundation's vice president of research and scientific affairs-UPI.com

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