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report | Oct 10, 2016

Why Pew Research Center Changed Its Strategy This Election

Pew Research Center has shifted its approach for the 2016 election cycle, focusing on fewer, larger political surveys, new work with our American Trends Panel and a continued emphasis on larger themes related to political polarization, partisan antipathy, distrust and compromise.

short read | Jun 16, 2016

In the age of big data, survey research will not only survive but thrive

The next frontier of public-opinion research is already visible in the “big data” revolution. Through the digital traces of our everyday activities, we are creating a massive volume of information that can tell us a lot about ourselves. Smart data science can identify patterns in our behaviors and interests. And in some domains, such as […]

short read | Sep 8, 2015

Remembering Andy Kohut

Today, we grieve the loss of our founder, mentor and bedrock, Andrew Kohut, who led Pew Research Center from 2004 until 2012 and previously led Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. He passed away this morning.

short read | Sep 25, 2014

The GOP’s Millennial problem runs deep

Millennials are the most liberal age group and are more likely to lean towards the Democrats. But in addition to that, Millennials who identify with the GOP are also less conservative than Republicans in other generations.

report | Mar 15, 2012

The Viral Kony 2012 Video

Young adults heard more about the viral video against Joseph Kony and were more likely to learn about it through social media than other sources

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