CARA is sharing Pew Research Center political polling numbers at their blog. Respondents weren’t asked to pick a candidate but to say whether they would make a good president (choices were terrible, poor, average, good or great). The results from a January survey: – Marco Rubio at 65% is the most admired (would make an [...]
New polling from the nonpartisan Pew Research Center found that 62 percent of Americans viewed the Republican Party as favoring the rich, compared to 26 percent who see Republicans as favoring the middle class, and 2 percent who see them as favoring the poor. Show More Summary
If you had any doubt that GOP rhetoric is ushering in another era of McCarthyism, I present you with the fruit of their efforts.On a day when the President visited a mosque and called for tolerance, the Pew Research Center released a new poll regarding Americans' beliefs about Muslims in the country. What did they find?
More than 90 percent of American adults followed the 2016 presidential election in some medium or another last week, according to a report released today by the Pew Research Center. Among survey respondents who said they had learned about the election, 24 percent said cable news was the most helpful way for them to follow...
Voters in this year’s presidential election will be some of the most diverse ever, according to the Pew Research Center. By Election Day, nearly one-in-three eligible voters will be Hispanic, black, Asian or any other racial and ethnic minority. Continue reading ? The post 2016 voters will be most diverse ever appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Millennials receive a lot of criticism from previous generations, but no generation places more pressure on millennials than baby boomers. Pew Research Center defined the millennial pool as anybody who was born from 1981 to the early 2000s. Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center recently released the results of a new survey on religion and the 2016 election. The report is full of interesting details about how Americans look at faith and the candidates. One part of the survey asked voters how different personality traits would affect their support of a candidate. Show More Summary
Pew Research Center recently published a study finding that American millennials are significantly less religious than older Americans. Only 41% of millennials respondents stated that "religion is very important," while 59% of baby boomers did. Just a little over half (52%) of millennials have an absolute certain belief in God, [...]
Yesterday, I posted a chart from the Pew Research Center. Americans were asked how religious they felt the various Presidential candidates were -- and in a stunning result, the Republican frontrunner ended up at the bottom of the list. (I know, I know. It's that guy. But still...) Think about what that means for a moment.
A growing number of Americans believe that there has not been enough discussion by political leaders about religious matters during this election cycle, found a recent Pew Research Center survey.
A new Pew Research Center survey finds that “being an atheist remains one of the biggest liabilities that a presidential candidate can have; fully half of American adults say they would be less likely to vote for a hypothetical presidential [...]
You won't be surprised that the Pew Research Center, in a survey released today, found that atheism is still the biggest political liability a candidate could have.What may be surprising is that the candidate deemed as the least religious is the Republican frontrunner.
Millennials make up a huge share of eligible Latino voters, much more than their peers do among their black and white counterparts, according to the Pew Research Center. Latino voters born since 1981 make up 44 percent of the 27.3 million Hispanics eligible to choose the next president. Show More Summary
Greg Smith, of Pew Research Center, recently shared his perspective on religion in the United States with me. Ed Stetzer: What’s going on with Americans and their religious belief and practice? Greg Smith: I think there’s a lot of really interesting changes that are underway in the American religious landscape. Show More Summary
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The headline of Pew Research Center's new survey on the presidential race reads something like an Onion headline -- an obvious understatement that also happens to be disturbingly true. "Voters Skeptical That 2016 Candidates Would Make Good Presidents," declared the report, which looked at how voters view the likely leadership of this year's candidates. Their findings, as the […]
Topic: Online Privacy After the June 2013 leaks by government contractor Edward Snowden about National Security Agency surveillance of Americans’ online and phone communications, Pew Research Center began an in-depth exploration of people’s views and behaviors related to privacy. Show More Summary
American voters' overall reaction to the field of 2016 presidential candidates is a resounding "Eh." In a survey released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center, voters were more likely to say that each of the nine leading candidates would...Show More Summary
Americans aren’t optimistic about the front-running presidential candidates’ ability to lead the country, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. Between January 7 and 14, Pew surveyed 2,009 adults across the country, 1,525 of whom are registered voters. Show More Summary
Journalism projects seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter pulled in about $6.3 million between 2009 and 2015, according to a new analysis from the Pew Research Center. That money went to 658 fully funded projects. Journalism projects are still fairly rare on Kickstarter (and are dwarfed by categories such as film and video, gaming, and art), but...