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German Election Latest Polls Paint Pretty Picture for Angela Merkel

Over 80 percent of Germans feel good about Merkel’s ability to “do the right thing on the world stage,” the Pew Research Study showed.

Latest News Of Consumption Use On Social Media Networks

Social media platforms have radically altered how news is disseminated and shared. In the latest Pew Research Center survey, exactly 67 percent of Americans report consuming news on a social media platform for the month of August 2017. In comparison to 2016, users getting the news on a social media channel was 62 percent of U.S adults. Show More Summary

How much you have to earn to be considered rich in every state

About 20% of Americans are upper income, according to Pew Research Center. You might call them "rich." This group of earners makes at least two times more than the national median household income:  $59,039 in 2016, according to the latest data from the U.S. Show More Summary

This chart shows why everything you believe about video gamers is wrong

The classic stereotype for a video game player is a young male somewhere in his teens or 20s. But according to new data from PEW Research, gamers in the US are actually a much more diverse group. As we can see in this chart from Statista, women are not far off from being evenly represented, with 19% saying they play often. Show More Summary

Mexicans Hate America More Under President Trump: Poll

A new poll from the Pew Research Center found that 65 percent of Mexicans don’t have a favorable view of the U.S. —the highest than any time in the last 15 years.

Is Sexism What Happened to Hillary?

Matt Bai: “Clinton can — and does — point to plenty of evidence to suggest that attitudes toward women skewed the election against her… According to data from Pew Research, Trump bested Clinton by 12 points among men, which was [......

It's official: Mexicans like the U.S. much less in the era of Trump

Thanks to President Trump, more Mexicans view the United States unfavorably than at any time in the last 15 years, according to a new report by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. The report found that 65% of Mexicans hold a negative opinion of the U.S. — more than double the share two years ago....

Republicans love cops, hate professors: survey

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

When it comes to teachers and college professors, Americans are divided by their politics. A Pew Research Center survey published Wednesday revealed Republicans rated teachers and professors much lower than Democrats. The survey, which was based on a feelings thermometer (0 coldest, 100 warmest),...

Surprise: Republicans Love Cops, Hate College Professors, Study Finds

A Pew Research Center survey published Wednesday revealed Republicans rated teachers and professors much lower than Democrats.

From the “eager” to the “wary”: Americans have wildly different appetites for news and information

News organizations often tend to see their “readers” as one monolithic group whose members have similar needs and respond to the same kinds of stories. But a new report from the Pew Research Center shows that the reality is more complex. Creating what he calls a “information-engagement typology,” researcher John Horrigan identified five distinct groups...

Even more US adults now getting news from social media, says Pew

New research by Pew suggests there has been another increase in the proportion of U.S. adults getting news via social media platforms. Read More

Study Says Millennials Are the Poorest Generation to Date

A new report from the Pew Research Center indicates that far from being entitled and privileged, Millennials are actually the poorest generation to date. Study Says Millennials Are the Poorest Generation to Date is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

Social Media Influence Rising, According to New Pew Research Study

Social media is becoming an increasingly important news source for Americans, according to new data from Pew Research.

67% of Americans use social media to get some of their news; Twitter and Snapchat for news are getting more popular

Sixty-seven percent of Americans report getting some of their news via social media at some point, according to a Pew Research survey of just under 5,000 U.S. adults conducted last month and published Thursday. That overall percentage is only up slightly from 62 percent in 2016, in the run-up to the November election. But among...

More Older Americans and Nonwhites Are Getting News via Social Networks

More Americans aged 50 and up are getting news via social media sites, according to a new study from Pew Research Center. Pew found that 67 percent of the 4,971 U.S. adults it surveyed between Aug. 8 and 21 get at least some of their news from social media, up from 62 percent in early...

Percentage of Americans who call racism a 'big problem' in United States is highest in 20+ years

Someone will have to ask the White House press secretary whether this is part of Making America Great Again. A new Pew Research Center poll shows 58 percent now say racism is currently a “big problem” in the United States. That's the highest that number has been since at least 1995, when The Washington Post and others began asking this specific question. [...]Show More Summary

We Still Have To Defend Free Speech? Here's Why

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"A 2015 Pew Research Center poll reported that 40 percent of millennials think the government should be able to suppress speech deemed offensive to minority groups, as compared to only 12 percent of those born between 1928 and 1945. Young people today voice far less faith in free speech than do their grandparents. And Europe, […]

U.S. and Russia Agree: Nuclear Weapons Use Feared In the Hands of Donald Trump

A majority of 58 percent polled by Pew Research Center said they did not have confidence President Donald Trump would make wise nuclear decisions.

POLL: President Trump Seen As ‘Selfish, Prejudice’ By Most Americans

A new Pew Research Center poll finds that an average of 60 percent of Americans find words like “selfish” and “prejudice” to be apt descriptions of President Donald Trump. In a poll conducted during the week of Aug. 21, Pew Center researchers...Show More Summary

Concerns about racism see big increase under Trump

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

More Americans now view racism as a major problem in the United States than at any time since data began to be collected more than 20 years ago. A survey from the Pew Research Center released Tuesday indicated that 58 percent of Americans saw racism as a “big problem” in society, up eight percent...

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