Kat Devlin is a research associate at the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project, where she specializes in international public opinion and quantitative research methods. She is involved in all aspects of the research process, including designing survey questionnaires, managing fieldwork, assessing data quality and writing reports. Devlin earned her master’s degree from Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, with concentrations in quantitative research and Chinese studies. Previously, she served as a Fulbright grantee in Malaysia. Devlin has written on numerous topics, including public opinion in India, economic issues in Japan, global attitudes toward China, language learning in Europe and applied data science methods. Her research has been covered in international news outlets such as the BBC, Axios, Forbes, Agence France-Presse and Reuters.