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People In France and Germany Work Much Less Than in the U.S.: Important for Cross Country Comparisons

The NYT had an article reporting on how the Pew Research Center had discovered work done by the Economic Policy Institute for a quarter century (the middle class is hurting). At one point the piece compares the United States with France...Show More Summary

Middle Class Contracted in U.S. Over 2 Decades, Study Finds

The United States had fewer middle-income earners and more at the extremes than any of 11 Western European countries in a Pew Research Center report.

Budweiser Wants You to Sext More

The King of Beers and others are cashing in on the ubiquity of sexting. The ubiquity of sexting has evolved to become not so much private, embarrassing, or particularly intimate, but a business enterprise. In 2010, the Pew Research Center reported six percent of people 18 years old or older had sent a sexually suggestive image to someone else. Show More Summary

Democrats Much More Trusted on Health Care

A new Pew Research poll finds Democrats now have a 19-point advantage over Republicans on who does the best job on health care. David Nather: “Republicans are feeling a lot of pressure to reach an agreement so they can repeal [...]

Trump’s Woes Take Toll on the GOP

A new Pew Research survey finds President Trump’s approval rating is 39% — precisely the same as two months ago. The percentage of Americans who disapprove of Trump is virtually unchanged: 54%, compared to 56% in February. “The most profound [...]

Survey: Voters increasingly feel Democrats support their views on foreign policy, immigration

Republicans enjoy a majority in both chambers of Congress and have a GOP president. Yet a new Pew Research survey out Monday finds that Amer...        

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Call-in service for Uber rides is pissing off drivers, misleading seniors

GoGoGrandparent started with a simple goal: to make Uber accessible to seniors. According to Pew Research, only 27-percent of those over 65 had a smartphone (as of 2015). Without a smartphone, as you may have gathered, ordering an Uber is, or at least was, impossible. Show More Summary

Only Four Countries do not Provide for Paid Parental Leave.

While researching for this article, I ran across a 2013 NYT piece on Pew’s finding that in 40% of U.S. families the sole or primary earner is the Mom. In a quarter of married households, the woman is the sole or primary wage earner. I was surprised recently when I learned that almost every country […]

This Map Of The State Of Religious Freedom Around The World Is Chilling

In many countries around the world, it remains difficult for people of all religions to practice their faith freely. And in others, it’s getting harder. A Pew Research Center report released Tuesday shows that the number of countries...Show More Summary

Who are you on social media? New research examines norms of online personas

According to the Pew Research center, the majority of adults on the internet have more than one social networking profile on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Although the core purpose of these sites are similar – to digitally...Show More Summary

How Long Will Neil Gorsuch's Term Last?

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Given that they're appointed for life, the younger the justice, the longer they tend to serve, Pew Research Center reported in February.

More Unmarried Americans Than Ever Are Cohabiting

The ranks of American cohabiters are climbing, according to an analysis of census data and the Current Population Survey from the Pew Research Center. In 2016, 18 million adults were living with an unmarried partner, a steep 29 percent increase from the 14 million who cohabited in 2007.

Pew: Nearly half of Latinos worry they or someone they know may be deported

Nearly half of Latino adults told Pew Research Center in a survey conducted before Donald Trump’s inauguration that they are worried—regardless of whether or not they are here legally—that they or someone they know may be deported: About...Show More Summary

Why Researchers Say Islam Is The Fastest-Growing Religious Group

Muslims are on track to become the world’s fastest-growing major religious group in the years ahead, according to a new analysis of data from the Pew Research Center. Christians make up the largest religious group in the world, at 2.3 billion people. Show More Summary

Pew Study: Christianity Decreasing in Europe, Islam Expanding

The future of Christianity in Europe is fading as Islam continues to thrive, according to a new Pew research study. The study highlights a trend showing that between 2010 and 2015, deaths among Christians outnumbered births by nearly six million. Show More Summary

Immigration and the Economy

This post isn't about immigration and the economy. It's about immigration. And it's about the economy. First up, here's a survey from Pew Research about positive attitudes toward the economy: Here's the interesting part. It's normal to assume that people think better of the economy when one of their own is president. Show More Summary

Are President Trump's Supporters Embarrassed To Tell Pollsters They Like Him?

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Pew Research delves into the possibility of a mode effect on President Trump’s ratings. Americans don’t trust public opinion polling...according to a new poll. And almost nobody likes a new law rolling back online privacy rules. This...Show More Summary

Trump’s low approval numbers are not ‘fake news’

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Trump’s Low Approval Ratings Are Not ‘Fake News’ Polls showing President Donald Trump with record low approval ratings are not “fake news,” an analysis into the methodology of such surveys has suggested. The Pew Research Center released findings Friday showing that there was no...

A falta de civismo na Internet não vai melhorar tão cedo

A qualidade do discurso público na Internet não vai melhorar e até pode piorar na próxima década, de acordo com um inquérito publicado pelo Pew Research Center, que convidou a oito mil peritos em tecnologia, académicos, empresários e responsáveis políticos a responder. Dos 1537 participantes, 42% disseram que não antecipavam “nenhuma mudança significativa” nos níveis...

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