U.S. Singles Made Up 38 Percent of Population in 2019, Study Shows
"Single adults don't live as long," Richard Fry, a senior economist at Pew, said. "Single adults are an at-risk population."
New Race in America Survey Highlights 'Racial Residential Segregation'
The Pew Research Center survey finds that Americans largely interact with members of their own race or ethnicity.
GOP-Leaning Voters: 'Blackface' Acceptable On Halloween
Pew notes in their Monday poll release "there are not enough black Republicans in the sample to analyze separately."
Islam Isn't Holding Back Women's Education: Study
"The findings bolster conclusions from the global analysis that Islam's influence is more historical than contemporary," the study says.
12 People Born in 1981 on Being Called a Millennial
"I was born in January of 1981, so I'm a millennial by three weeks? That's weird."
The Oldest Millennials in the World
They're too young for Gen X but too old to fit in with the most maligned generation in history.
Republican Men: It's Not Harder for Women to Succeed
A new Pew Research Center study reveals gender and partisan gaps on whether women still face significant obstacles compared to men.
What U.S. Muslims Say is Central to Religious Identity
Muslims in America were nearly three times as likely as Christians to say protecting the environment is essential.
Trump Could Anger His Base If He Gets Tax Cuts Wrong
A majority of working-class Republicans care a lot about the failure of some corporations to pay enough taxes.
Clinton and Trump Supporters Keep Their Friends Close
The contentious presidential campaign is making the politically polarized U.S. even more so.
Don't Fence Me In. Old Political Labels No Longer Apply
The two mainstream parties are selling two flavors of authoritarianism at a time when billions are discovering a better way to live in peace and freedom.
Beyond 'Brexit:' Support for EU Plunging
Report argues that Brussels' handling of the refugee crisis has driven much of the drop in favorability.
Pope's Approval Ratings Slump Ahead of U.S. Visit
Less than half of U.S. Conservatives have a positive view of the pope, who has criticized capitalism and wants to tackle climate change.
U.S. Gun Ownership Declines
Sales may be up, but according to a new survey, the number of American households with at least one gun is at a low point.