More Pew Research Center Articles

  • Democratic support for immigration reform slips

    Overall, among Democrats, support for a policy that includes some form of legalization for immigrants dropped from 84 percent last year to 78 percent today.

  • Pew: Politics is a white man's world

    Only 2 percent of the country has ever run for public office, and of those a wide majority are white men who've been to college, according to a new Pew Research Center study.

  • U.S. has world's largest immigrant population; 1 in 6 foreign-born

    The Pew Research Center finds that the U.S. has the most foreign-born residents, about 46 million.

  • Pew: Public takes harder line on illegals, wants tighter border

    Americans have shifted to a much harder line and want Washington's focus to be on better border security and tougher enforcement of immigration laws, not citizenship for illegal citizens in the country, says Pew.

  • Pew: Obama not 'tough enough'

    A majority of Americans don't believe that President Obama is tough enough with foreign foes, feeding their concerns that the world has become a far more dangerous place, according to the Pew.

  • Study: Social media users shy away from opinions

    WASHINGTON (AP) — People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising new survey by the Pew Research Center. The study, done in conjunction with Rutgers University in New Jersey,...

  • This is what Pew found when it went looking for the 'libertarian moment'

    Pew found that many U.S. voters are still confused as to the exact meaning of "libertarianism," that many self-described libertarians holds views that are mostly in line with the overall public and that there doesn't appear to be a set list of concrete principles that allow for a hard definition...

  • Spin city: PR flacks outnumber reporters 5-1, earn 35% more

    Note to journalism school freshmen: Switch to a communications, public relations major. Now.

  • The most liberal and conservative cities revealed in one chart

    Cities everywhere in America tend to lean to the left, even the ones in conservative states like Texas, according to a new report from the American Political Science Review.

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