Pew Research Center

Apr 19

How Americans Die, By the Numbers -

Over on Fact Tank, we dug into the data on child care, gender and work, and stay-at-home mothers. 

Over on Fact Tank, we dug into the data on child care, gender and work, and stay-at-home mothers. 

What will The Next America look like?
Immerse yourself in the data and predictions. 

What will The Next America look like?

Immerse yourself in the data and predictions. 

Apr 18

Reality check: How close are we to teleportation and Mars colonies? -

Public support for legalizing marijuana use is at an all-time high of 54%, though it is virtually unchanged from last year (52%). There is even more agreement that people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve time in jail.

Public support for legalizing marijuana use is at an all-time high of 54%, though it is virtually unchanged from last year (52%). There is even more agreement that people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana should not serve time in jail.

From teleportation to robot servants: Americans’ predictions and dreams for the future -

(Source: pewinternet)

What futuristic invention would you most like to own?

What futuristic invention would you most like to own?

Apr 17

newsweek:

U.S. workforce more concentrated in large — and largely low-paid — occupations | Pew Research Center

newsweek:

U.S. workforce more concentrated in large — and largely low-paid — occupations | Pew Research Center

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What’s morally acceptable? Depends on where you live. We asked 40 countries about homosexuality, contraception, abortion, gambling, having an affair, premarital sex, drinking alcohol and divorce, and whether or not these activities were moral. 
Here’s the results. 

What’s morally acceptable? Depends on where you live. We asked 40 countries about homosexuality, contraception, abortion, gambling, having an affair, premarital sex, drinking alcohol and divorce, and whether or not these activities were moral. 

Here’s the results. 

Apr 16

While the journalism world conferred its top honor, the Pulitzer Prize, yesterday to the newspapers that reported on Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency leaks, the public remains divided over whether those classified leaks served the public interest.

While the journalism world conferred its top honor, the Pulitzer Prize, yesterday to the newspapers that reported on Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency leaks, the public remains divided over whether those classified leaks served the public interest.

millennialliz asked: Have the religion and politics summer internships been filled? I don't see them listed under the Careers tab on the Pew website anymore. Thanks!

Hi! Thanks for asking. The application deadline was March 31.  We’re finalizing our selections right now and are not accepting new applicants at this time.

Feds may be rethinking the drug war, but states have been leading the way

Feds may be rethinking the drug war, but states have been leading the way

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