Pew Research Center survey reports, demographic studies and data-driven analysis
Muslims in Europe
Muslims living in Europe worry about their future, and many say they have had a bad experience as a result of their religion or ethnicity. But Muslims there do not generally believe most Europeans are hostile toward people of their faith.
Do the Democrats Have a ’God Problem’?
Religion’s Political Power
’Enthusiasm Gap’ Favors Democrats This Year
A new poll finds Democrats more eager to vote, but also less happy with their party.
No Clamor for Amendment From Flag-Waving Public
About two-in-three Americans fly the flag. Nearly three-in-four say flag burning should be illegal. Roughly half say it should be unconstitutional. But despite these protective instincts, there’s been no public clamor demanding that Congress take steps to defend Old Glory against burners and desecrators.
Moved by the Spirit
What does the global rise of Pentecostalism mean for U.S. foreign policy?
Imperialism, Anti-Americanism and Anti-Semitism
Has U.S. power stoked both anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism?
A Small Boost for Bush
Americans are more optimistic about the U.S. achieving its goals in Iraq.
The Great Divide
After a year marked by riots over cartoon portrayals of Muhammad, a major terrorist attack in London, and continuing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, most Muslims and Westerners see relations between them as generally bad.
Surfing to the Bank
Some 63 million Americans now let their keyboards do their banking, as online financial housekeeping has burgeoned along with internet use generally. But the “trust gap” may limit further growth, especially among less financially experienced internet users.
Americans to Rest of World: Soccer Not Really Our Thing
Just 4% of U.S adults here say soccer is their favorite sport to watch.