One day after a Pew Research Center poll put President Donald Trump's job approval rating below 40 percent, another major survey delivered some tepid numbers for the Commander-in-Chief.
When it comes to attracting younger readers, the outreach efforts of The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post seem to be paying off. New data from the Pew Research Center finds that adults under age 50 got their election news from national newspapers at rates equal to or greater than those of...
Poll: Trump's approval rating sinks below 40 percent President Donald Trump's approval rating has fallen to 39 percent, according to a poll released Thursday. The new Pew Research Center poll shows that Trump's rating is historically... Show More Summary
According to a Pew Research study released Wednesday, Americans have been warming up to other religious groups across the United States, even compared to a relatively recent study released by the nonpartisan research center. The survey...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump's approval rating has fallen to 39 percent, according to a poll released Thursday. The new Pew Research Center poll shows that Trump's rating is historically low when compared with other presidents during their respective first weeks in office. Show More Summary
A new Pew Research poll finds that President Trump’s overall job approval is much lower than those of prior presidents in their first weeks in office: 39% approve of his job performance, while 56% disapprove. “The intensity of the public’s [...]
Pew Research released some exciting news yesterday about religious affiliation: among most age groups, I am no longer part of the most hated religion in America. In fact, among millennials, there are four religious groups more disliked than atheists. Show More Summary
The answer rhymes with ‘shnome lomership’ The economy has recovered from the housing crisis, but rates of mobility country-wide have reached record lows, according to an analysis of census data by Pew Research Center. This is in part...Show More Summary
For most of us, social media is their main means of communicating with friends and family. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that eight-in-ten Americans have a FaceBook profile and of these users, 32 percent have an Instagram account and 24 percent […]
A Pew Research poll showed 65 percent of Americans support expanding clean energy over fossil fuels. Video provided by Newsy
The latest from Pew Research is that there are approximately 11.1 millions illegal aliens in America presently. That’s 3.5 percent of our total population. Of that 11.1 million, Pew states that
The study by Pew Research Center provides a glimpse of where immigrants in the country illegally reside.
A new Pew Research Center report out today shines new light on how people read and use online information. The report, “How Americans Encounter, Recall, and Act Upon Digital News,” surveyed 2,078 online news consumers twice a day for a week to get a clearer picture of how people get their news, whether they know […]
President Donald Trump's recent executive orders on immigration may have reignited public debate, but Americans have long harbored anti-immigrant sentiments. One-third of Americans said in a 2016 Pew Research Center survey that immigrants...Show More Summary
Nearly 10% of the nation’s 11.1 million immigrants who are in the country illegally reside in Los Angeles and Orange counties, according to an analysis released Thursday by the Pew Research Center. The region is home to 1 million such immigrants, second only to the greater New York area, which...
Spend a day clicking back and forth between online news and other stuff and it’s not that surprising that you might not remember what you read where. A study out Thursday from the Pew Research Center looks at how Americans get news online; whether they can recall the names of the news sources that they...
Most Americans think vaccines are beneficial for health, and that children should be required to get them, according to a new poll. The poll, from Pew Research Center, found 82 percent of U.S. adults say healthy children should be required...Show More Summary
Adam Taylor reports for the Washington Post on an interesting study: On Wednesday afternoon, Pew Research Center released a study that looked at how national identity is defined across 14 different countries using survey data taken at the start of last year. In light of the ongoing debate about immigration in pretty much every part […]
By Anne Dachel I'm sure this Pew Research poll will be talked about EVERYWHERE in the mainstream news. COUPLE OF THINGS TO NOTE: The focus is on the MMR vaccine. (Could this be because of Dr. Wakefield's work?) The ordinary...
When it comes to vaccines, sometimes skeptics think that all is lost, that the antivaccine movement has won. A new Pew Research survey suggests reasons for hope.