Many religions heavily concentrated in one or two countries -
Half of the world’s population lives in just six countries. But in many cases, the world’s major religious groups are even more concentrated.
Young and old Americans have differing views of the police.
Do you think people agree with you — and does that make you more likely to share information?
As the immigration debate rages on in the U.S., a plurality of Mexicans (44%) believe life is better north of the border for those who migrated from Mexico. And roughly a third (34%) still say they would move to the U.S. if they had the opportunity, including 17% of Mexicans who would do so without authorization.
Six-in-ten Mexicans express dissatisfaction with their country’s economy and the same percentage disapprove of Peña Nieto’s performance on economic matters. — Get our latest survey results on public opinion in Mexico.
A less gloomy mood in Pakistan…why?
Where was Ferguson in my Facebook feed? -
There were big differences in the content related to Ferguson on Twitter and Facebook. Was the reason what users wanted from each, or the sites’ algorithms?
Where are people most comfortable discussing a subject like Edward Snowden? At a family dinner.
Where do you fit? Do you get news from Facebook?
We have new numbers out on what Americans think of police and race relations.
Amid continuing tensions over the police shooting of an unarmed teen in Ferguson, Mo., most Americans give relatively low marks to police departments around the country for holding officers accountable for misconduct, using the appropriate amount of force, and treating racial and ethnic groups equally.
A steady demographic change over the years has resulted in a decline in the number of whites in classrooms even as the total number of public school students has increased. A milestone is expected to be reached this fall when minorities outnumber whites among the nation’s public school students for the first time.
India, with its emerging economy and vast population, is becoming an attractive market for news organizations looking to grow their international audience. Since 2010, nine major outlets from the U.S. or UK have launched or will launch a digital outlet in India.