Some of Americans’ pandemic adaptations have relied on technology, including adults working from home and students learning online.
Partisans differ on whether social media companies’ decisions had a major impact on the election.
As artificial intelligence plays a growing role in the everyday lives of people around the world, views on AI’s impact on society are mixed.
53% of U.S. adults who voted in the general election say they engaged in at least 1 of 6 political activities over the past six months.
Eight-in-ten Americans say they don’t generally answer their cellphone when an unknown number calls, our survey found.
These platforms have served as venues for political engagement and social activism for many years, especially for Black Americans.
Here is what Pew Research Center surveys say about Americans’ attitudes toward the tech industry – and social media in particular.
As news outlets morph and multiply, both surveys and passive data collection tools face challenges.
Here are five facts about how much Americans have heard about the QAnon conspiracy theories and their views about them.
Lee Rainie, director of internet and technology research at the Pew Research Center, presented this material on October 29, 2020 to scholars, policy makers and civil society advocates convened by New York University’s Governance Lab. He described findings from two canvassings of hundreds of technology and democracy experts that captured their views about the future of democracy and the future of social and civic innovation by the year 2030.