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report | Mar 21, 2018

1. Most science-related Facebook pages specialize on a few science topics; some include posts far afield from science

At a time when science issues are increasingly part of the broader public discourse, Pew Research Center explored the role of science-related Facebook pages – both those that were meant to enhance the reach of existing science-related media enterprises and those that arose from science enthusiasts and experts utilizing social media platforms to bring their […]

report | Mar 21, 2018

1. Most science-related Facebook pages specialize on a few science topics; some include posts far afield from science

At a time when science issues are increasingly part of the broader public discourse, Pew Research Center explored the role of science-related Facebook pages – both those that were meant to enhance the reach of existing science-related media enterprises and those that arose from science enthusiasts and experts utilizing social media platforms to bring their […]

report | Dec 16, 2019

Methodology

This study is based on an analysis of 49,719 sermons, delivered between April 7 and June 1, 2019, and collected from the websites of 6,431 churches found via the Google Places application programming interface (API), a tool that provides information about establishments, geographic locations or points of interest listed on Google Maps. Pew Research Center […]

report | Mar 5, 2015

The News Environment in Denver, Colorado

Prosperous and cosmopolitan, Denver holds rank among the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. In the 1850s, the gold rush led hopeful prospectors to the city, nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains’ Front Range. More than a century and a half later, 2014 ushered in a new wave of entrepreneurial energy into […]

report | Mar 13, 2014

Methodology

A number of people contributed to this report. Amy Mitchell, Director of Journalism Research, oversaw the research project and served as lead author of the report. The report was written by Amy Mitchell, Associate Director Mark Jurkowitz and Research Associate Kenneth Olmstead. Graphics Director Michael Keegan and Research Analyst Katerina Eva-Matsa developed the graphics and […]

report | Mar 26, 2014

Key Indicators in Media & News

Audience Cable In 2013, the cable news audience, by nearly all measures, declined. The combined median prime-time viewership of the three major news channels—CNN, Fox News and MSNBC—dropped 11% to about 3 million, the smallest it has been since 2007. The Nielsen Media Research data show that the biggest decline came at MSNBC, which lost […]

report | Mar 13, 2014

Audience Routes: Direct, Search & Facebook

This study focused primarily on the three main paths internet users take to get to the 26 most popular news websites: Direct visitors who either type a URL into the browser or use a bookmark; those who come through a query on a search engine; and those who get news by following links they see […]

report | Oct 2, 2012

Answers

Background 1. Where do the restrictions on religious organizations’ participation in the political process come from? The Internal Revenue Code prohibits intervention in political campaigns by organizations that are exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3), including religious organizations. To qualify for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code, an organization must meet […]

report | Jun 27, 2013

Canada’s Changing Religious Landscape

As Canadians prepare to celebrate Canada Day on July 1, a new Pew Research Center analysis of Canadian census and survey data finds that more Canadians belong to minority faiths than ever before. In addition, the number of Canadians with no religious affiliation has been rising, and attendance at religious services has been dropping.

report | Apr 30, 2013

The World’s Muslims: Religion, Politics and Society

Overwhelming percentages of Muslims in many countries want Islamic law (sharia) to be the official law of the land, according to a worldwide survey by the Pew Research Center. But many supporters of sharia say it should apply only to their country’s Muslim population. Moreover, Muslims are not equally comfortable with all aspects of sharia: […]

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