Use an interactive tool to create tables exploring our survey questions about how Americans’ news habits and attitudes relate to what they hear, perceive and know about the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
As the 2020 census gets underway, most U.S. adults are aware of it and are ready to respond, but many do not know what it asks or how to participate.
John GramlichNEW: More than half of US adults mistakenly believe the 2020 census will include a question about citizenship. Notably, foreign-born Hispanics are less likely than US-born Hispanics (41% vs. 56%) to believe a citizenship question will be asked. pewrsr.ch/2ua0i0tpic.twitter.com/fH8q5r72kM
Three-in-ten U.S. adults say they have ever used a dating site or app, but this varies significantly by age and sexual orientation.
John GramlichNEW @pewinternet study looks at online dating a quarter century after launch of Match. One finding: Men are more than twice as likely as women to say they don't get *enough* messages, while women are five times as likely as men to say they get *too many.*
John GramlichOnline dating in the US
➡️ 55% of LGB adults have used an online dating service (vs. 28% of straight adults)
➡️ 21% of LGB adults have married or been in a committed relationship with someone they met through one (vs. 11% of straight adults)
After months of campaigning, debating, polling and fundraising, Democratic presidential candidates face their first real-world test Feb. 3.
John GramlichHow does Iowa compare demographically with the country? #IowaCaucuses
91.6% white (vs. 73.8% in US)
3.2% black (vs. 12.4%)
4.8% Hispanic (vs. 16.2%)
64% urban (vs. 80.7%)
29% college grads (vs. 32.6%)
As the U.S. enters a heated 2020 presidential election year, Republicans and Democrats place their trust in two nearly inverse news media environments.
John GramlichNEW: At a critical time in US public life, Democrats and Republicans "place their trust in two nearly inverse news media environments." Major @pewjournalism study looks at the outlets partisans turn to, trust and distrust when it comes to political news.
Most U.S. adults know what the Holocaust was and approximately when it happened, but fewer than half can correctly answer multiple-choice questions about the number of Jews who were murdered or the way Adolf Hitler came to power, according to a new...
About six-in-ten U.S. adults say there’s too much economic inequality in the country these days, and among that group, most say addressing it requires significant changes to the country’s economic system, according to a new Pew Research Center...