Pew Research CenterJune 11, 2009

Different Stories, Different Audiences

Four-in-ten of those who watch Fox News regularly say that coverage of Obama has not been critical enough.

Pew Research CenterJune 4, 2009

First Impressions of Sotomayor Mostly Positive

While a plurality of Americans say coverage of the nomination has been fair, Republicans are significantly more likely to say it has not been critical enough.

Pew Research CenterMay 28, 2009

Public Not That Into Terror Debate

While the media may love a political fight, Americans say they are following stories about money and health.

Pew Research CenterMay 20, 2009

Car Dealership Closings Draw Wide Attention

News about the car dealership closings is as big as last fall’s bank failings. Also, who watches “Idol”?

Pew Research CenterMay 13, 2009

Public Sees Less Glum News About Economy

Gender gaps emerge on top stories. Men follow the economy and Manny; women prefer the flu and first face transplant operation.

Pew Research CenterMay 6, 2009

Virus Goes Viral Online

While most Americans are turning to TV to learn about the swine flu, the internet ranks as the leading source for “useful” information.

Pew Research CenterApril 22, 2009

Fox News Stands Out as “Too Critical” of Obama

Top newsmakers included an allegedly murderous Sunday school teacher, a highly placed dog, a startling new singing sensation and a retiring sportscaster.

Pew Research CenterApril 15, 2009

Most Now Say News Paints Mixed Economic Picture

Far more Republicans hearing at least some good economic news.

Pew Research CenterApril 8, 2009

Obama’s Trip Closely Followed

Obama’s trip to the G-20 summit got a good deal more attention than Bush’s first international summit travel in 2001.

Pew Research CenterApril 2, 2009

Little Sign of Obama Fatigue

In contrast to the campaign, only a third say they are hearing too much about Obama. But there are wide partisan differences on perceptions of his media coverage.