Pew Research Center
Christian users of Twitter tweet more positive statements than the critical language used by atheist users of the popular social media platform.
A new data analysis finds that the onset of the Arab Spring in late 2010 did not spark new freedoms for people of the region, but instead, has led to more global restrictions on religion.
A new study finds that 70 percent of parents keep a watchful eye on their own children’s Facebook accounts, and 46 percent reported having their kids’ passwords.
President Obama showed off the “warmth” of an Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month event at the White House last night, touting a lipstick smear on his collar.
A new study finds that Americans spend nearly one hour looking at their smartphones each day.
America’s working mothers are now the primary breadwinners in a record 40 percent of households with children — a milestone in the changing face of modern families, up from just 11 percent in 1960.
Pew Research Center learned from a recent poll that less than half of Americans are paying close attention to ongoing investigations into an incident in the Benghazi region of Libya that has resulted in a great deal of criticism for the administration of President Barack Obama.
Americans’ views of the federal government continue to fall to new lows, yet the public opinion of their local and state governments are seen in a more positive way.
More than seven-in-ten Americans – 71 percent – say illegal immigrants should be allowed to remain in the U.S. legally if they meet basic citizenship requirements.
President Barack Obama’s approval rating and pessimism surrounding the U.S. economy are heading in opposite directions.