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Study Finds Growing Number Of Americans Would Be Comfortable With Female Pep Boy

17 hours agoHumor : The Onion

PHILADELPHIA—Providing further insight into the country’s rapidly shifting attitudes about gender, a study released Friday by the Pew Research Center found that a growing number of Americans would be comfortable with a female Pep Bo...

Most Americans think they pay the right amount in taxes

FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. America's view on taxes (Think Advisor) With the April 15th tax deadline just three weeks away, Pew Research asked the American public for their views on taxes. Show More Summary

12 Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids Succeed At School

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Parents want their children to succeed in life. And for 94 percent of parents polled by the Pew Research Center, prosperity includes going to college. The time spent in grade school becomes the educational foundation that may determine...Show More Summary

Pew Finds 59% Support For ‘Completely Changing’ Federal Tax System, Networks Ignore

Tax Day is rapidly approaching and most Americans say the federal tax system “should be completely changed.” The Pew Research Center recently conducted a poll that found a majority of Americans supported “Congress completely changing...Show More Summary

Filipinos Love Social Networking

Data Visualisation by @PewResearch. Data Source: Pew Research Center.

Six Biggest Myths About 529 Plans

By Kathryn Flynn A college degree is worth more today than ever before. In fact, according to a study by Pew Research, young adults with a four-year degree earn around $17,500 more per year on average than those with only a high school diploma. Show More Summary

U.S. Born Hispanics Are More Likely to Visit Libraries Than Immigrant Hispanics: Pew

Hispanic Americans, that were born in the U.S. are much more likely to use the public library than Hispanic immigrants, who make up half of the adult U.S. Hispanic population, according to new research from the Pew Research Center. On...Show More Summary

In Emerging Markets, Internet Blamed For Having Negative Impact On Morality

A new study out this morning from Pew Research takes a deep dive into the impact that internet access is having on emerging markets, especially in terms of how it’s shaping public opinion. Today, tech companies like Facebook and Google...Show More Summary

STUDY: Young People More Likely To Use Social Media in Developing Countries

A new Pew Research Center study details the internet and social media usage in developing nations, showing that social media use is more popular among young people. Among respondents, 93 percent of internet users in the Philippines said...Show More Summary

Emerging countries say Internet bad for morality, study finds

The majority of people in developing countries think the Internet has a positive influence on education and a negative influence on morality, according to a report released Thursday from the Pew Research Center.        

Religious Persecution: First Freedom Remains Under Global Siege

Doug Bandow Americans take religious liberty for granted. But four of five people around the world lack the freedom to worship and live faithfully. The Pew Research Center, with Peter Henne as lead researcher, recently issued its latest study on religious liberty. Show More Summary

Public Libraries and Hispanics | Pew Research

Topic: Libraries When it comes to public libraries, immigrant Hispanics pose both a challenge and an opportunity to the library community. On the one hand, this group, which makes up half of the adult U.S. Hispanic population, is less likely than other Americans to have ever visited a U.S. Show More Summary

Is using encryption suspicious? Half of Americans say yes, according to Pew.

Nearly two years after former government contractor Edward Snowden revealed details of extensive government surveillance programs, a Pew Research report suggests that the news has prompted about some Americans to change their approach to online privacy. Show More Summary

Five Reasons It Pays to Become a Work-at-Home Mom

After years of decline, a new look at government data shows that the number of stay-at-home moms is finally on the rise. This news comes courtesy of Pew Research Center analysis from 2014. According to the research, the percentage of...Show More Summary

More than half of Americans says it's 'unacceptable' for government to monitor citizens' communications

More than half of Americans now say it's unacceptable for the government to monitor the communications of US citizens, according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center on Americans’ privacy strategies post-Snowden. In 2013,...Show More Summary

Pew: Almost one-third of Americans have changed habits because of Snowden

Almost one-third of American adults have “taken at least one step to hide or shield their information from the government,” according to a new report published by the Pew Research Center. This desire to prevent government snooping results...Show More Summary

Third of Americans Hide Private Data From Gov't Surveillance - Poll

More than a third of people living in the United States took certain measures in order to shield their private communications via cellphones and the Internet from government surveillance programs, a Pew Research Center poll released on Monday showed.

Quarter of US Citizens Changed Technology Use After Snowden Revelations

According to a new poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, a quarter of US citizens modified their use of technology after Edward Snowden revelations about US surveillance programs.

Pew Finds One-Third Of Americans Have Made Privacy Changes, Post-Snowden

File it under ‘chilling effects': A new report by the Pew research centre suggests a sizable minority of people in the U.S. have changed their behavior and use of technology to try to avoid online government surveillance programs in the wake of disclosures triggered by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Read More

STUDY: How the NSA’s Prism Initiative Affected Americans’ Social Media Use

How have U.S. Internet users changed the way they view and manage privacy on their social media accounts since the National Security Agency’s Prism initiative came to light nearly two years ago? The latest study from Pew Research Center examines...Show More Summary

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