WaPo: A big new report on millennials was released today by the Pew Research Center, covering a lot of the same stuff we’re always hearing about this oft-discussed generation. Millennials are diverse, they’re not making a lot of money...Show More Summary
According to a Pew Research Center survey, unfavorability rating of the Tea Party stood at 45 percent in October 2013, up from 25 percent in February 2010. Favorability was at 30 percent, modestly down from 33 percent where it stood in February 2010.
A new study by the Pew Research Center provides reason for political optimism: Members of the so-called millennial generation, born after 1980, are more liberal than the preceding generations on a range of issues: The millennials are also the only generation of adults with more people who identify themselves as liberals than as conservatives. Show More Summary
Millennials stand out among other generations for their optimism over personal finances and America's future, according to a new national survey released Friday by the Pew Research Center.
Millennials are poised to be the most politically independent generation yet, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. Finally, something that makes me proud of my generation! Actually, here's much to like in Millennial...Show More Summary
America’s Millennials are less likely than older generations to identify with the environmental movement, according to a new Pew Research Center report out Friday. The word "environmentalist" typically conjures up images of earnest young idealists gathering petition signatures and chaining themselves to old-growth trees. Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) – If Hillary Clinton runs for President in 2016, a new poll finds she may have some support from an unlikely group: Republicans. According to The Pew Research Center/USA Today poll, 8% of Republicans said there is a “good chance” and 17% said there was “some chance” they would vote for her in […]
Pew Research Center As an online journalist I think it’s sometimes easy to forget that the mobile revolution hasn’t put a smartphone in the pocket of every American yet. Pew cures that ignorance with hard data indicating fewer than 3 … Read more
A Feb. 26 report from the American think tank Pew Research Center has found that Indians want their next government to be led by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the incumbent Congress Party by more than three to one....Show More Summary
A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that African Americans and Hispanics between the ages of 18-49 are more likely than other groups to gather health information from their phones. As both groups experience disparitiesShow More Summary
A few years back, when George W. Bush was still president, I attended an event at the Pew Research Center, and at one point a discussion got going about the varying opinions of Democrats and Republicans about whether their respective parties stood up for their beliefs. Show More Summary
According to the Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project, Latino voters gave President Barack Obama 71 percent of their 2012 election votes. The margin was so thorough that it seemed like a no-brainer that the U.S. Congress would rapidly move an immigration reform package through both houses of Congress. Show More Summary
At first glance, it seems Pew Research Center studies have proven that having children doesn’t exactly equal...
The trolls, the political preachers, the over-sharers: Twitter users encompass all of these stereotypes and then some How do so many different personalities interact and exist on one network? That's what the Pew Research Center decided...Show More Summary
David Codrea: The major problem with Wilkinson’s snottiness is that’s all he’s got. GOA refers people to data compiled by the Pew Research Center, which shows overwhelming preference among “unauthorized immigrants” for the Democrat party. Yep. I’ve discussed this myself, and there could be no greater threat to gun rights than to put people in […]
A new report from the Pew Research Center and the Social Media Research Foundation says that Twitter conversations have distinct shapes -- at least six of them with differing structures reflecting their social activity. The research relied on a specialized software tool aimed at making big data perspectives more broadly accessible and represents a new kind […]
A graph of a polarized crowd created by Pew Research Center and Social Media Research Foundation You pull up your phone to check Twitter, see a couple of tweets that interest you, so you retweet or reply. We’ve all done it, or at least all of us tweeters. Show More Summary
For the first time since the Pew Research Center has kept track of such things, the percentage of American women who are more highly educated than their husbands is higher than the percentage of husbands who have more degrees than their wives. Gathered from census data, research shows that 21 percent of... More »
While most of the conversation about technology and relationships focuses on online dating, a recent study by The Pew Research Center on Internet & American Life Project indicates that technology affects coupled individuals as well.Show More Summary
The high cost of not going to college. The wage gap between workers with a college education and those without one is growing. The Pew Research Center reports that millennials with a college degree -- those aged 25 to 32 -- earn more, have greater job satisfaction, and lower unemployment rates than workers with just a high school education. Show More Summary