Most millennial women think gender discrimination is still alive and well in the working world — but not necessarily in their own workplace, a new report finds.The Pew Research Center report released Wednesday found that 60 percent of women between the ages of 18 and 32 think that men earn more than women for the same work. Show More Summary
America has long been seen as the nation that could potentially lead the planet to some kind of lasting peace but a new Pew Research Center poll seems to indicate we have lost our place of standing in the world. According to the newly released information, a majority of Americans think that U.S. power in the world is steadily declining.
Paul R. Pillar David Ignatius offers in his column some thoughts inspired by results of a Pew Research Center poll in which the headline item is that nearly half of Americans believe the United States “should mind its own business internationally,”...Show More Summary
A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that young Jews do not consider religion as a key component of what it means to be Jewish. This trend, connected to a wider secularism among the youth, provides an opportunity for preaching the Gospel, according to some Messianic Jewish scholars.
Yesterday the Pew Research Center and Council on Foreign Relations released their America's Place in the World survey of mass public elite public attitudes about American foreign policy. The headlines and the press coverage are unsurprising...Show More Summary
A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that over a third of the Jewish community accepts those who believe in Jesus as still Jewish. Leaders of the Messianic church, however, disagree as to whether or not this shows that Jews are more open to Jesus than in the past.
According to the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, the recent disaster created by the super typhoon in the Philippines is running a distant fourth in public interest, compared to the Haiti earthquake in 2010, the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2005, and the 2011 tsunami and earthquake in Japan. Show More Summary
Even though Pope Francis has charmed the socks off of even many hardcore atheists, a new analysis of data by the Pew Research Center shows that Francis' popularity hasn't led to more people sitting in pews on Sunday or even more people becoming Catholics in general. In fact, the data looks like the electrocardiogram of a dead patient:
A recent study by the Pew Research Center has indicated that while extremely popular among American Catholics, Pope Francis has not had a noticeable effect on church attendance numbers.
The Pew Research Center and Smithsonian magazine created a quiz to test the public's knowledge of science and technology. In April they published a report summarizing the responses of 1,006 randomly selected adults in a national poll. Show More Summary
The latest Pew Research Center survey found that the majority of Americans oppose assisted suicide. The survey also questioned Americans on their attitudes towards medical treatment decisions and found that a growing number of Americans want medical treatment, even when their prognosis is poor. The Pew Research survey was conducted by telephone from March 21 […]
Yesterday the Pew Research Center released data on the news coverage of Typhoon Haiyan — a disaster that has killed at least 4,000 people — and the bungled Obamacare website roll-out. Comparing 20 hours of news coverage over four major U.S. channels, they found dramatic differences. The data below shows the hours and minutes spent […]
Pew Research Center Four cable news networks devoted significantly different amounts of time to Obamacare and the typhoon in the Philippines, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. On Wednesday, Mark Jurkowitz, Paul Hitlin, Nancy Vogt and … Read more
Two major stories have taken up the bulk of cable news coverage over the past couple of weeks, but depending on which network you've been watching, you may not know that one of them even exists. The Pew Research Center conducted a survey...Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center had the stopwatch going during cable news coverage of the typhoon in Philippines and the continuing struggles with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Coverage of Obamacare dominated on Fox News and MSNBC while Typhoon Haiyan was covered more on CNN and Al Jazeera America. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Latin America: A Pew Research Center concluded that remittances to Latin America has more than doubled since 2000 despite a decrease in money orders to Mexico. Brazil: The Brazilian government reported a 28% increase in Amazon rainforest deforestation after four years of declining rates. Show More Summary
Most Americans don’t get their news on Facebook. It turns out the same is true for Twitter. A new survey by the Pew Research Center found that about 8 percent of U.S. adults get news through Twitter. Of the 16 percent of U.S. adultsShow More Summary
Reddit is host to far more than funny animated gifs, and according to Pew Research Center, its users consume the most news
The Pew Research Center has for some time now been releasing data about how different social networking sites fare when it comes to news consumption, a key component of how many news organizations today are looking to reach consumers...Show More Summary
In an article published yesterday by the Pew Research Center, writer Monica Anderson noted that photographers and other visual journalists have borne the brunt of newspaper layoffs from 2000-2012. Basing her findings on newsroom census data released by the American Society of News Editors, Anderson wrote that “The ranks of photographers, artists and videographers have […]