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Half of Young Voters Who Join GOP End Up Leaving

Pew Research Center: [O]ver a 15-month period encompassing the 2016 presidential campaign, about 10% of Republicans and Democrats "defected" from their parties to the opposing party. Those who switched parties were less politically engaged than people who stayed with their parties. Show More Summary

Work stress is the saddest American status symbol

Work stress is the saddest American status symbol: The Italians are wiser than us: In 2008, the Pew Research Center conducted a series of surveys to predict the future of the Internet in order to attempt to determine how technology would reshape society circa 2020. Show More Summary

15 Times Queer Christians And Their Allies Fought The Good Fight For Equality

It is a testament to the incredible vitality of queer spirituality that, despite centuries of both physical persecution and theological abuse, many queer people still have faith. According to a Pew Research Center survey, about 59 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual Americans report being affiliated with a religious tradition. Show More Summary

Republicans twice as likely to find interracial marriage “bad”

PEW Research Center has a new poll on interracial marriage that shows Republicans are twice as likely as Democrats to find interracial marriage “a bad thing.” 12% of Republicans found it a bad thing, while 6% of Democrats felt the same. Just as interesting, 49% of Democrats found interracial marriage “a good thing,” while only […]

Midday open thread: Corporate $$ kindled gerrymandering; seasonal allergies affect many more people

Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is A Calvinesque and Hobbesian look at Trump and Comey: • 54 percent of those surveyed by the Pew Research Center support government regulations to spur more renewable energy: They agreed with questionShow More Summary

Roughly 10% of Voters Switched Parties

Pew Research: “Those who study politics have long known that a person’s party affiliation is a strong predictor of how they will vote and what their opinions will be on most political issues. Some of the power of partisanship comes [...]

Don’t Be Surprised to See Your Grandparents on Social Media

A new study by Pew Research Center examines increased tech adoption by U.S. adults 65 and over, which, not surprisingly, has also spurred increased social media use by that age group. Pew found that 34 percent of Americans 65 and older use social networking sites, up from 27 percent in 2013. Younger senior citizens were...

Public divides over environmental regulation and energy policy

(Pew Research Center) A 54 percent majority of US adults believe that 'government regulations are necessary to encourage businesses and consumers to rely more on renewable energy sources,' while 38 percent support the notion that 'the...Show More Summary

'Don't Vote' Campaigns Played A Big Role In Black Voter Decline

The Pew Research Center recently reported that the Black voter turnout in the 2016 election declined for the first time in 20 years “falling to 59.6% in 2016 after reaching a record-high of 66.6% in 2012”. A convincing argument can be...Show More Summary

Men's confidence in America's future soars under Trump, while women's plummets to 29%

A Pew Research Center study examining public trust in the government found that women are now far less likely to be confident about the US' future than men are. While 53% of men in a April 2017 Pew poll said they have a lot of confidence...Show More Summary

Since Trump’s Rise, Men—Regardless of Party—Are Way More Confident in America Than Women

Women in America are not pleased with the country’s current trajectory, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in April. Just 29 percent of women polled said they have “quite a lot” of confidence in the future of the U.S., down from 43 percent who felt that way when surveyed in October 2015.

Women in Trump's America Aren't Hopeful About the U.S.'s Future (While Men Feel Great)

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Just 29 percent of women have "quite a lot" of confidence in the future of the United States, according to a Pew Research poll.

Chao on infrastructure: Trump plan out in weeks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says President Donald Trump's plan to rebuild America's infrastructure will be released in a few weeks, and it will include $200 billion in taxpayer money. A Pew Research CenterShow More Summary

Top 5 Sanity-Saving Apps for Parents

People always like to say that with each next generation, kids are becoming lazier and lazier. However, it seems that these days, kids are busier than ever. According to a new Pew Research Center study, 73% of school-age kids have played...Show More Summary

Most Moms Work, But More Of Them Aren't Joining The Workforce

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The folks at the Pew Research Center have highlighted some of their most mom-relevant data as a nod, they say, to the way motherhood has changed in century since the first modern Mother’s Day. Working moms may be interested in knowing that since 1975, their ranks have steadily grown 23 percent. Show More Summary

Job tenures and the gig economy

A few weeks ago, Alex Usher drew my attention to this post by the Pew Research Center, on job tenure patterns of 18-35 year-olds in the United States. The takeaway point was that, contrary to an oft-repeated narrative about the...

Americans divided on whether recent science protests will benefit scientists' causes

(Pew Research Center) Americans are split in their support of recent science marches and whether these events will make a difference, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Some 44% of US adults think the protests, marches, and...Show More Summary

Black Voter Turnout Fell In 2016

Pew Research: “The black voter turnout rate declined for the first time in 20 years in a presidential election, falling to 59.6% in 2016 after reaching a record-high 66.6% in 2012. The 7-percentage-point decline from the previous presidential election is [...]

Managing Millennials Doesn't Have to be Complicated

According to the Pew Research Center, as of mid-2015, millennials have surpassed Generation X as the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. Learning how to manage millennials is a leadership strategy that can help you successfully build teams and grow your company. Show More Summary

Republicans Used to Support a Watchdog Role for the Press. Not Anymore.

Since 1985, the Pew Research Center has been asking American adults whether they support a “watchdog” role for the media. Specifically, its survey asks whether they believe that criticism from news organizations helps to hold political...Show More Summary

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