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Republicans Don't Like the GOP Anymore. Is That Because It's Too Much Like Donald Trump--Or Not Enough Like Him?

The Pew Research Center is out with a new poll with some very bad news for Republicans. Support among Republicans for the Republican Party has dropped precipitously in the last...

The country is split on whether the economy is getting better

Americans are feeling much more optimistic about the country's economy. That is, Americans who aren't Republicans. In a survey of the prevailing economic attitudes over 40 countries, the Pew Research Center found that 40 percent of US...Show More Summary

GOP's favorability rating plummets in first half of 2015

Ever since the GOP took control of Congress, the party's favorability rating has nosedived, sliding nine points since the beginning of the year, according to Pew Research Center. Just 32 percent of Americans have a favorable view of Republicans, while 60 percent view them unfavorably. Show More Summary

Ira Glass asks. We answer.

The celebrated radio quiz show star says: There’s this study done by the Pew Research Center and Smithsonian Magazine... they called up one thousand and one Americans. I do not understand why it is a thousand and one rather than just a thousand. Show More Summary

Pew Research Center Poll: Republican Party’s Favorability Rating Nosedives

Bad news for the GOP: the party’s favorability rating is in a nosedive and — by comparison — the Democrats are looking better to more voters. Results of a new poll by the respected Pew Research Center: The Republican Party’s image has grown more negative over the first half of this year. Currently, 32% have [...]Show More Summary

Over Half of World Economies Share Negative Outlook - Poll

A poor economic outlook among those surveyed is prevalent in over 50 percent of the world’s advanced, emerging and developing nations, a Pew Research Center poll claimed Thursday.

Undocumented Immigration in US Remains High for Decade – Study

A number of undocumented immigrants in the United States has been high and stable for the last decade, having little difference with the 2007 migrant peak, a new preliminary estimate by Pew Research Center revealed Wednesday.

Top 3 Leadership Attributes Women Need in the 21st Century

A 2015 study from Pew Research Center found that the majority of the American public agrees that women are as capable and qualified for corporate leadership as men are. Pew reports that "most Americans find women indistinguishable from...Show More Summary

The Public Library Lives and Is Loved

Topic: Public Libraries Via Alternet: Indisputable fact--Americans love their public libraries. Evidence to support this statement abounds. A 2013 report by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project noted that in the...Show More Summary

Insults aren’t helping Obama on Iran

Pew Research Center poll reports: “More Americans disapprove than approve of the deal struck last week by the U.S., Iran and five other nations to limit Iran’s nuclear program: Among the 79% of Americans who have heard about the agreement, just 38% approve, while 48% disapprove (14% do not offer an opinion).” This is remarkable […]

Here’s what the world is most afraid of

Global climate change is the top threat perceived by citizens around the world, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. It comes top of a list of six global threats put to respondents and emerged as the leading concern in most countries in Latin America and Africa. Show More Summary

Social Advocacy and Politics: Getting Your News “From Social Media”

Wired’s reporting on Pew Research Center's recent poll about how people get their news raises some very interesting questions about what it means to “get your news from social media”. While reliance on Twitter and Facebook for tracking the news is on the rise, the majority of Americans still use other media to get most of their news.

Even if you're pinching pennies, there's a good chance you're in the 'global middle class'

This little exercise might make you feel a bit better about your standing in the world. As part of a huge study on the state of the global middle class, the Pew Research Center has created a new tool that lets you see how your income stacks up with that of households worldwide. Show More Summary

5 Ways Using Your Phone Less Can Improve Your Relationship (And How To Do It)

  The time and attention some people devote to their phones is enough to make even the most patient partner jealous. According to Pew Research Center, 67 percent of people with a cell phone check their phone without hearing a ring or...Show More Summary

5 Ways Using Your Phone Less Can Improve Your Relationship (And How To Do It)

  The time and attention some people devote to their phones is enough to make even the most patient partner jealous. According to Pew Research Center, 67 percent of people with a cell phone check their phone without hearing a ring or...Show More Summary

5 Ways Using Your Phone Less Can Improve Your Relationship (And How To Do It)

The time and attention some people devote to their phones is enough to make even the most patient partner jealous. According to Pew Research Center, 67 percent of people with a cell phone check their phone without hearing a ring or feeling...Show More Summary

Are You In The Global Middle Class? Find Out With Our Income Calculator

On a global scale, just 13 percent of the world’s population could be considered middle income in 2011, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of the most recently available data. Most people in the world were either low income...Show More Summary

Global Threat List: What is the World Scared of the Most?

The Pew Research Center, a US-based think tank, has released the results of its latest survey measuring perceptions of international challenges; global climate change, global economic instability and the Islamic State (IS) top the list of suggested threats; perceptions, however, vary considerably depending on the region of the world.

8 Fascinating Facts About How Teens Use The Internet And Social Media

Surprise -- teens love the Internet! OK, so it's not exactly a surprise. What is a little shocking are the statistics revealed in a recent study by Pew Research Center, entitled "Teens, Social Media & Technology Overview 2010." The findings,...Show More Summary

This map shows what different countries view as the greatest threat to the world

Where people live affects their worldviews, and fear makes that fact particularly apparent. In May, the Pew Research Center conducted a global survey in which it asked 4 5,435  people in 40 different countries what they view as the greatest threat to the world. Show More Summary

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