Following last week’s trifecta of scandals: Benghazi talking points, IRS targeting and DOJ phone taps, it turns out most Americans don’t give a damn. Late last week, the Pew Research Center surveyed a little more than 1,000 people and...Show More Summary
If you’re a teenager and you are in the market for a new social network to join there is a good chance you’ll choose Twitter. A new study by the team at the Pew Research Center suggests that teens are abandoning Facebook in favor of micro-blogging. According to the survey more than half of teens...
Though Facebook is still the most popular social network among teens, their enthusiasm for Mark Zuckerberg's network is decreasing, according to new findings from the Pew Research Center. Pew reports that 77% of online teens (ages 12-17) surveyed use Facebook. Show More Summary
No More Drama According to the latest research from Pew, some teens are getting a little tired of Facebook and competitors like Twitter have seen a big boost in teen users. While some of us parents might assume that the migration to other services has something to do with privacy, it doesn’t. Show More Summary
Facebook adoption and use by teens is flattening off, according to a new Pew Research study. But Twitter uses is slowly but steadily growing. Eight in ten online teens use some kind of social media, says Pew. Twitter is still not in the same league as Facebook, which attracts 77% of online teens. Show More Summary
The vast majority of teens (to the tune of 94% in 2012) are on Facebook, but many of them are gravitating toward Twitter and other social media sites that their parents don't tend to use, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. Researchers found that teenage Facebook users—70%...
As you can see from the latest Pew Internet research Facebook is still used by far more teenagers than any other social sites, and that they were used by more teenagers in 2012 than in 2011. It is of course possible that more teenagers are using Facebook, but they are doing so less [...]
Almost a quarter of teenagers in the US now hold a Twitter account, significantly more than the 16 per cent figure for the wider population - according to a new Pew Research Centre report. It found that 24 per cent of teens are now signed...Show More Summary
Periodically, new research shows that use and consumer "engagement" with Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) has fallen and is usually replaced by time people spend on some alternative social media. If all the research were accurate, put together it would paint a picture of Facebook's near-term demise. Show More Summary
Facebook is quickly becoming a spooky graveyard, bereft of teens, populated by only a few try-hard adults and a pile of old elephant bones according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. There’s also a lot of drama there. Specifically: too much drama. Read more...
A study of studies finds that basically all scientists say it’s happening and that we’re causing it. When a recent Pew Research Center survey asked "do scientists agree [the] earth is getting warmer from climate change because of human...Show More Summary
An estimated 83 percent, or 9.2 million, of the 11.1 million people living in the United States illegally are Christians from Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life.
In February 2013 Pew Research released their research on the Demographics of Social Media. Which has some interesting data such as: 77% of the average age of social media users are between 30-49 71% of women use social media versus 62% of men The household income of top social media use is less than $30k [...]
On Friday, the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life released its analysis on the religious affiliation of immigrants to the United States. When it comes to legal immigrants who are religiously unaffiliated -- atheists, agnostics, and those who may be spiritual-but-not-religious -- the estimates are pretty steady: [Click headline for more…]
While most people know that Fox News is a huge deal when it comes to cable news, it's remarkable how dominant the network has become compared to its cable-news rivals MSNBC and CNN. The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in...Show More Summary
Two years after the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, a new national survey from the Pew Research Center finds that Egyptian public mood is increasingly negative. Month after month of political uncertainty, a weak economy and often violent street protests have taken their toll, and today a 56% majority of Egyptians are dissatisfied with the way their new democracy is working. [...]
Click to enlarge Source: Pew Research I frequently find most of the arguments used by the pro gun side against standard background checks or reduced size magazines to be mostly silly and emotional. But this data point via Pew was quite astonishing — I’d imagine that most of the public on both sides of...Read More
In his May 1, 2013, post in The Corner, Andrew McCarthy criticizes the Pew Research Center’s new survey on “The World’s Muslims” for omitting Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Sudan. He also finds fault with our report on the survey’s results,...Show More Summary
Faith in economic integration in Europe has fallen. According to polling from the Pew Research Center fewer people in Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Poland, and the Czech Republic now believe hat economic integration strengthens economies than did in 2012. Disillusion is the most noticeable in France. Show More Summary
In this 20-minute video, the Pew Research Center’s Paul Taylor discusses trends in the racial/ethnic breakdown of the U.S. population over the last century. Taylor discusses a number of related issues, including the income and wealth gap, perceptions about interracial relations, and the electoral implications of the demographic changes. Show More Summary