Across 49 focus groups with Asian immigrants, daily challenges related to speaking English emerged as a common theme. Participants also shared frustration, stress and at times sadness in dealing with cultural and language barriers, and described support they received from others.
Over the span of the pandemic, rising housing costs have hit renters hard - and prices have continued to soar over the past year.
The number of international migrants grew to 281 million in 2020; 3.6% of the world’s people lived outside their country of birth that year.
While 27% of U.S. adults say they have heard of Telegram, only 2% use the alternative social media app for news.
A majority of U.S. parents are keeping a watchful eye on what their teens do on social media; some are also imposing screen time restrictions.
Nearly half of U.S. teens have been bullied or harassed online, with physical appearance being seen as a relatively common reason why. Older teen girls are especially likely to report being targeted by online abuse overall and because of their appearance.
74% of Republicans say social media has been more of a bad thing for U.S. democracy, compared with a smaller majority of Democrats (57%).
K-12 parents differ by party in how frequently they discuss certain national issues with their children
A quarter of U.S. parents of K-12 students say racism or racial inequality comes up in conversation with their children very or fairly often.
Here’s a look back at the past year and some of its biggest news events through 15 of our most striking research findings.
At least four-in-ten U.S. adults have faced high levels of psychological distress during COVID-19 pandemic
58% of those ages 18 to 29 have experienced high levels of psychological distress at least once between March 2020 and September 2022.