What’s behind the growing number of stay-at-home dads in the U.S.?
Our new report on the rising trend of stay-at-home dads is out. 
Get a quick fact sheet here: http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2014/06/05/stay-at-home-fathers-tweet-sheet/ 
Stuck between chatter and think-pieces on Boomers and Millennials, Gen X is America’s neglected middle child.

Stuck between chatter and think-pieces on Boomers and Millennials, Gen X is America’s neglected middle child.

Housing hasn’t grown evenly in all regions of the country.
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Which one of these technologies would be the hardest for you to give up? Which would be nearly impossible to give up?

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Which one of these technologies would be the hardest for you to give up? Which would be nearly impossible to give up?

Our new report is out on Brazil, including views of president Dilma Rousseff, opinions on the economy and crime, and data on the World Cup.

Our new report is out on Brazil, including views of president Dilma Rousseff, opinions on the economy and crime, and data on the World Cup.

"Business is still the most common college major. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about a fifth (20.5%) of the 1.79 million bachelor’s degrees conferred in 2011-12 were in business. Business has been the single most common major since 1980-81; before that, education led the way."

5 facts about today’s college graduates

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"Immigrants and children of immigrants account for 60% of the top U.S. tech company founders, and 25% of the U.S. population."

Chart of the Week: Top Tech Executives

The share of underemployed recent grads in low-wage (below $25,000) jobs rose from about 15% in 1990 to more than 20%. 
Get more fast facts about college graduates in America.

The share of underemployed recent grads in low-wage (below $25,000) jobs rose from about 15% in 1990 to more than 20%. 

Get more fast facts about college graduates in America.

"The American public has never had an atheist president, although three of them have had no formal religious affiliation. The most recent one, Andrew Johnson, left office in 1869. Since then, every president has been affiliated with a Christian church."

American Presidents and Religion: The Data