The scale is tipping from traditional media to social media as a source for news. That’s the conclusion reached in a new study published on Thursday by Pew Research Center. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
The scale is tipping from traditional media to social media as a source for news. That’s the conclusion reached in a new study published on Thursday by Pew Research Center Pew surveyed over 4,600 people who told them that they’re increasingly...Show More Summary
More than 40 percent of American adults get news on Facebook, according to a report published Thursday by the Pew Research Center and the Knight Foundation. (Disclosure: Knight is a supporter of the Lab.) Two-thirds of Facebook users access news on the social platform, and with 67 percent of U.S. adults active on Facebook, that...
Post by Kiarra Sylvester. A recent study of census data conducted by the Pew Research Center found that millennials prefer to live at home with their folks. In fact, the study found that it's the first time, since this kind of record-keeping...Show More Summary
Parents, dreaming of living out your golden years in the peace and quiet of an empty nest? Think again. A new Pew Research Center report says young adults are more likely to live with their parents than as part of any other housing arrangement,...Show More Summary
Living with Mom and/or Dad is more popular than any other form of living arrangement among Americans ages 18-34, the Pew Research Center says.
Millennials are staying at home. According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, millennial men are more likely to live with their parents than with a spouse or partner, with 35% staying with mom and dad, and just 28% living with a significant other. Millennial women are less likely to live at home than with a partner, but not by much. Show More Summary
Last week, the Pew Research Center highlighted poll results showing most Americans believe that one reason so few women get elected to U.S. political offices is, well, voters’ gender bias. In surveys conducted in 2014, 66 percent said that Americans aren’t ready to elect a woman to high political office, and 62 percent agreed that […]
SAN FRANCISCO—Bay Area tech giants Uber and Airbnb are part of life for many in the region, but a study by the Pew Research Center shows that nationwide only 15 percent of Americans have used a ride-hailing service and only 11 percent...Show More Summary
A graphical look at Pew's research on the lives of highly religious Americans. T he Pew Research Center recently examined how Americans apply their faith to daily life. It found that 1 in 3 Americans pray daily and worship weekly. Of...Show More Summary
Nearly three-quarters of U.S. adults who say they have used at least one out of nearly a dozen shared or on-demand services, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. Continue reading ? The post How often Americans really use Uber, Lyft, Craigslist and Airbnb appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The shrinking of the middle class in the United States is something that you hear pundits talk about frequently. A new report from the Pew Research Center shows that problem is not just a real one, but one that is widely distributedShow More Summary
A new study by the Pew Research Center spurred a rash of headlines last week about "the dying middle class." But the word "dying" might be more appropriate if we were watching the regrettable but inevitable effects of natural forces at work. Show More Summary
A report from the Pew Research Center provides insight into whether readers who use cellphones to arrive at news websites from social media platforms are willing to spend the time to read long-form journalism. Facebook users stand out in a number of ways.
Tom Mann: The new Pew Research Center report on polarization is a gold mine of insights into how the sharp partisan polarization, so pronounced in Congress and among political elites, has penetrated the broader public. Pew researchers trace significant increases … Continue reading ?
The middle class in America's cities has shrunk dramatically in the 21st century. A Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data looked at the state of the middle class in America's metropolitan areas. Pew defined "middle-income"...Show More Summary
I am the 1%. According to the Pew Research Center "Religious Landscape Survey" of 2015, within the United Methodist Church 94% of Methodists identify as white, and among the remaining 6%, 1% identify as black. While this of course does...Show More Summary
The middle class is shrinking! The middle class is shrinking! So argues a report from the Pew Research Center. The report claims that the median U.S. household’s income dropped 8 percent between 1999 and 2014. Even right-leaning commentators have reacted with alarm. As it turns out, however, the Pew researchers made several data errors. Show More Summary
a new study by the non-partisan Pew Research Center, shared with the Financial Times, points to just how widespread the damage to America's middle has been and how divided the country's class structures are becoming.Median incomes fell...Show More Summary
All thanks to Obama? The middle class, once the engine driving the American Dream, is shrinking rapidly due to decreasing incomes, and “may no longer be the economic majority in the U.S.,” according to the Pew Research Center. In a report released late Wednesday, Pew found that middle income Americans are decreasing in 203 of […]