According to the latest study from Pew Research Center, 59 percent of Americans are optimistic about the future impact of science and technology. Men are more likely than women to be technological optimists, as are college graduates and those with higher household incomes. Show More Summary
Recently, the Pew Research Global Attitudes Project surveyed people in 40 different countries around the world about issues of morality, like sex, drinking, and gambling. They found that the Czech Republic was most accepting of gay lifestyles,...Show More Summary
73 percent of online adults use social media, according to the most recent Pew Research data, and that number has grown from just eight percent in 2005. While social networks have been a blessing in many ways, they’ve also become a major time waster and killer of productivity. Sparksfly, available now on iOS and Android, […]
Three in ten Americans say premarital sex is "morally unacceptable," according to data compiled by the Pew Research Center. Meanwhile, only 22 percent think divorce is a moral no-no. Phrased another way, Americans think it's more important to get married before getting busy than it is to keep a marriage alive. Show More Summary
One way to look at this information, gathered and displayed by Pew Research, is that the older America gets, the more Amazonian (a society of women in Greek mythology) it becomes (men were not made for old age). Also there is this:In 1960, the population of the United States was 85% white; by 2060, it will be only 43% white. Show More Summary
The media have become fond in recent years of glamorizing stay-at-home moms as elite career women who have “opted out” of the workforce so they can put family first. Finally, the Pew Research Center has provided the reality check we’ve needed.
Barack Obama may be the Republicans' best friend when it comes to educating 18-33-year olds of the Millennial Generation about the downside of voting for the Democrats’ economic policies. According to a report from the Pew Research Center...Show More Summary
The headlines last week were that the number of stay-at-home moms is rising. A new Pew Research Center analysis of government data finds that after decades of remaining flat, the percentage of mothers who do not have jobs have jumped up from 23% to 29%. The real story, however, is the one behind the headlines. Show More Summary
The Pew Research Center has an amazing new report about America's shifting demographics that shows how the country is getting older, less white, and more liberal. The entire report is worth your time, and it includes some beautiful animated visualizations to put the demographic changes in context. Show More Summary
Feel like you've been getting a lot more of those data breach notices in your inbox this year? You're not alone. A new study by Pew Research found that 18 percent of American adults with Internet access have reported that their personal information was stolen in a data breach. That's up from 11 percent who reported […]
Pew research shows childcare expenses jumped 70 percent from 1985 to 2011. And, with costs skyrocketing, many parents are having to weigh the benefits of paying for childcare versus staying at home. WDJT-TV's Sachelle Saunders repor...
In a poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, Germans overwhelmingly said they prefer EU data privacy standards to those of the U.S.
(The Hill): "King may switch sides and join the Republicans after midterms" (Gallup Politics): "No improvement for Congress' job approval rating" (Pew Research): "More Republicans see health care stance as ‘very important’ to midterm vote" (Washington Post): "Hillary Clinton book due out June 10" (National Journal): Will Marco Rubio be the last establishment man standing?"
And the news continues to be bad for Democrats (USA Today) The Affordable Care Act looms as a powerful issue in this year’s congressional elections, a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll finds, and one that is reverberating in ways likely...Show More Summary
A Pew Research Center survey shows that 29 percent of working-age mothers stay at home, compared to a low of 23 percent in 1999.
When it comes to the home front, what's old is new again. More moms are staying at home with their kids today, according to new analysis of government data by the Pew Research Center. This is a reversal of a three-decades long decline in the last century in the number of "stay-at-home" moms.
Numbers are on the rise for mothers staying at home with their children. According to the Pew Research Center, 29 percent of all mothers with children under 18 stay at home. This number has been steadily increasing over the years. For instance, 23 percent of mothers were stay-at-home in 1999. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
>A new Pew Research Centre report published Tuesday suggests that more and more US women are opting to stay at home full time to raise their children. The study found that more than 29 percent of women preferred to be at home in 201...
More mothers in the U.S. are staying home to raise their children than in 2000, an unexpected rise noted in a new survey from the Pew Research Center, but the increase to 29 percent, from a low of 23 percent 14 years ago, doesn't mean women are putting their outside careers on hold en masse. Show More Summary
A study released by the Pew Research Center found that the number rose since 2000 after decades of decline, likely driven in part by economic factors and changing demographics.