These days, people are marrying later and later. According to a Pew Research Center report from 2011, the average age of first marriage in the U.S. is 26.5 for women and 28.7 for men, up from 24 for women and 26 for men in 1990. But there are still plenty of people tying the knot in their late teens and early 20s. Show More Summary
Great news, ladies. Sexism is over! At least, according to more than 50% of men. RIP sexism. Goodbye forever. The Pew Research Center surveyed 4,602 adults this past June and July on whether they believe that there are “still significant...Show More Summary
HOPE: Diverse Millennials Are No Voting Monolith. Millennials’ disdain for traditional party affiliation means that half describe themselves as independents, according to a 2014 Pew Research report – a near-record level of political disaffiliation. Show More Summary
Donald Trump received one of his better polling results on Thursday — at least since the conventions. The highly regarded Pew Research Center released a survey showing Hillary Clinton leading Trump by 41 percent to 37 percent, with Gary Johnson at 10 percent and Jill Stein at 4. Consequently, Clinton’s chances of winning the election […]
The majority of U.S. men believe that sexism has been all but defeated, according to a Pew Research Center poll released Tuesday. A survey of 4,602 adults found that 56 percent of men think that “obstacles that made it harder for women...Show More Summary
More Cubans will flee their island to the United States this year than any year in decades, according to new data obtained by the Pew Research Center. But the flow should not be exaggerated. The United States has handled much largerShow More Summary
Interracial marriage has grown in the United States over the past few decades, and polls show that most Americans are accepting of mixed-race relationships. A 2012 study by the Pew Research Center found that interracial marriages in the U.S. had doubled between 1980 and 2010 to about 15 percent, and just 11 percent of respondents disapproved of interracial marriage. read more
Current events drive plenty of race-related conversation on social media, but many of those conversations are still divided, according to a new Pew Research Center study released Monday. Social media has provided a home for much of America's discourse about race in the country. Show More Summary
So, I was reading an interesting article recently entitled Young men giving up on marriage: ‘Women aren’t women anymore,” which outlined a Pew Research study that suggested a decline in the interests in marriage among young American men. At first, I didn’t even want to touch the topic in that article (as it suggested the Keep Reading ?
Black social-media users are nearly as twice as likely as whites to see race-focused content on social media, according to a Pew Research Center study published on Monday. The study, " Social Media Conversations About Race," showed that...Show More Summary
A new study released by Pew Research on Monday showed that there is a stark divide in how white Americans and black Americans talk about race on social media. Specifically, black Americans talk about race on social media and white Americans don’t nearly as much. The study, which surveyed 3,769 adults between Feb. Show More Summary
African-American social media users are nearly twice as likely as whites to see posts on social networks about race or race relations, at 68 percent and 35 percent, respectively.
Some interesting data points here: Obama polls better abroad than in the US; Astonishingly, Trump polls below Vladimir Putin... Source: Pew Research The post How Presidential Candidates Are Seen around the World appeared first on The Big Picture.
This week, Pew Research Center released a poll of over 4,000 individuals who had attended a religious service within the past few months.
This week, Pew Research Center released a poll of over 4,000 individuals who had attended a religious service within the past few months. It asked respondents how often clergy had spoken out about various social and political issues. An impressive 64 percent of respondents reported that they had heard clergy speak about at least one […]
Yesterday I wrote about a new PEW Research Center poll that showed how pastors were allegedly breaking the law by discussing political issues from the pulpit in violation of the Johnson Amendment to the IRS Code which prohibits such speech. Show More Summary
A Pew Research Poll shows that less than 3 of 10 Americans have listened to a sermon recently about abortion.
Abortion is not an often-discussed issue in many religious services in America, but when it is, most clergy defend unborn babies’ right to life, a new survey found. The Pew Research Center released a new poll on Monday that examined how often Americans hear about political issues from the pulpit. Abortion was third on the […]
The bad news? A Pew Research Center survey shows some Christian pastors are endorsing (or opposing) presidential candidates in this election, in direct defiance of the law.The good news? Donald Trump still can't win.
Few churchgoers have heard endorsements from clergy members, but when they did speak out, they favored Mrs. Clinton over Donald Trump, a new survey by the Pew Research Center says.