Pew Research Center published 125 reports and more than 400 blog posts in 2016. Here were the ones that attracted the most readers.
For Pew Research's 10-year anniversary, here's a list of 10 big research questions we've answered over the years that speak to broad ways that America and the world is changing.
The Gartner Hype Cycle tracks emerging technologies from the "peak of inflated expectations" to the "trough of disillusionment" and beyond.
Ah, la France. The land of wine, cheese, romance and abundant vacation time... right?
Today's American mothers look far different from the mothers celebrated 100 years ago.
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Americans see the next half-century as a period of profound scientific change, but they don't agree on what will or won't come to pass.
Generations typically span about 20 years, so the oldest Millennials, now 33, may not have much in common with today's very youngest Americans.
Americans are growing more attached to modern digital technologies, such as cellphones and the internet, and less attached to traditional hardware, such as landline phones and televisions.
College-educated millennials are outperforming their less-educated peers on virtually every economic measure, and the gap between the two groups has only grown over time.