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Think organic is healthier? You might just be wasting your hard-earned cash

Think organic vegetables are more nutritious than regular varieties? You're not alone. A Pew Research Center study published Thursday reveals that 55% of Americans believe organic produce is healthier than conventionally grown produce. Show More Summary

How Well Do Americans Understand the Science of GMOs and Organic Foods?

Not all that well, says a new study from the Pew Research Center -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

US public divided over food science

(Pew Research Center) New Pew Research Center Survey on views about food science, including attitudes about healthy eating, organics and genetically modified foods.

The Pew Research Social Media Update 2016 is Out!

Pew Research Center’s Social Media Update 2016 is out. As usual, there are some interesting stats. Some highlights include: 68% of all US adults are Facebook users 28% use Instagram 26% use Pinterest 25% use LinkedIn 21% use Twitter Other interesting tidbits: Facebook use is growing, probably because of older adults joining up. This shot […]

Millennial Employees: Are They That Different?

In 2015, the Pew Research Center reported that Millennials became the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, knocking Gen Xers off the top of the podium. And with more Millennials pouring into the workplace every day, I often hear...Show More Summary

Mexicans are migrating, just not across the US border

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Mexican migration to the U.S. is in decline. The Pew Hispanic Research Center has found that since 2009, more than one million native-born Mexicans living in the U.S. returned to Mexico. But many other Mexicans never crossed the U.S.-Mexican border in the first place. Why are some Mexican migrants...

White Evangelicals Grade Trump, Republicans, and the Media

Pew looks at satisfaction with the election, and what voters think the new president should do first. In one of the first surveys after the 2016 presidential election, the Pew Research Center asked voters to weigh in on what grade Donald...Show More Summary

JOURNALISM: No participant in the 2016 presidential election fares well in the Pew Research Cente…

JOURNALISM: No participant in the 2016 presidential election fares well in the Pew Research Center’s post-election voter survey: the candidates, the parties, and the electorate itself all receive historically poor marks from respondents. But the most despised institution of them all is the news media, which scored lower than ever before. To be fair, the […]

New Pew Research Poll: 38% of Americans Give the Press a Big Fat 'F' for Campaign Coverage

Evidence keeps piling up that the American people have a very low opinion of how the media reports on our elections. The latest Pew Research Center opinion survey revealed “Just 22% give the press a grade of an A or B, while 38% give it a failing grade” – an F. The approval of the media has been declining for years. Show More Summary

Poll: 65 percent of Democrats want party to ‘stand up’ to Trump

The Pew Research Center's postelection voter survey has found that nearly two-thirds of Democrats (65 percent) — and 39 percent of all voters — want the opposition party to “stand up” to President-elect Donald Trump, “even if less gets done in Washington.” As the minority party studies the aftermath of the 2004 and 2008 elections for clues […]

Trump supporters want just the facts from their news media

How do you take your news: Plain or with a splash of interpretation? Turns out, your answer is reasonably correlated to who you voted for. A new survey by the Pew Research Center asked supporters of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton howShow More Summary

Get 15 Percent Off The Leader In Online Romance

American singles bored with the bar scene are increasingly going online to find love. According to a report from the Pew Research Center, the number of American adults that have used online dating

Hey, Facebook: Social media really can change what people believe

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't believe that fake news on his social network influenced the election.  But recent findings from the Pew Research Center suggest the opposite is true, as 20 percent of social media users say they've changed their stance on a political issue because of something they saw on sites like Facebook. Show More Summary

Facebook is the most powerful force online — and these new numbers prove it

Welcome to Facebook's internet. The social network is absolutely crushing the competition online, new information from the Pew Research Center shows — in case you needed more evidence.  SEE ALSO: Facebook's mobile business is biggerShow More Summary

Facebook Is Utterly Dominating America's Social Media Use

Facebook is still growing while other social sites plateau, a new Pew Research Center study finds.

79 Percent of Online Americans Use Facebook (Study)

It’s common knowledge that Facebook is the dominant social network in terms of user base, but a new report from Pew Research Center showed just how dominant it is.

Democrats Became More Extreme on Abortion Since 2007, Pew Research Finds

Democrats have increased their support for removing all or most limitations on abortion, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center.

Dear Liberal Media: Only 6% of American Catholics Want Female Priests

Instead of badgering Pope Francis about whether there will be female Catholic priests, maybe the liberal media should consult the following Pew Research Center poll as cited by TIME (in addition to actual Catholic theology): But a Pew Research Center poll in 2015 found that about 6% of American Catholics were in favor of allowing […]

You're probably tired of the presidential race, but long campaigns are a good thing

Voters are sick and tired of this presidential campaign. In a poll by the Pew Research Center, 6 in 10 Americans said they were exhausted by the campaign — and that was four months ago. Another survey, sponsored by the American Psychological Assn., said the campaign had become a source of significant...

How Intersectionality Can Help Us Understand Women and Racial Minorities for Trump

In a recent poll of registered voters by Pew Research Center, 30% of women, 26% of people of Hispanic descent, and 2% of black people say they’re planning to vote for Donald Trump. In fact, polls consistently find that women and racial minorities favor Hillary Clinton. So, what do we make of the statistics-defying members of those groups who support Trump? […]

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