Why aren’t Asian Americans shown as a separate group when differences among whites, blacks and Hispanics are discussed in survey reports? It's a good question, so we put together a summary of some of the methodological and other issues on accurately polling U.S. Asians.
Jesse Holcomb, associate director of research at the Center, explains how the new report was put together.
Just what is "economic inequality"? Depends on whom you ask.
A look at how researchers analyzed news habits on Twitter using a small but representative sample of users drawn from a national survey of U.S. adults.
We released our first report on American multiracial adults, a group that comprises an estimated 6.9% of the adult population, or nearly 17 million adults. The report looks at who they are demographically, their attitudes and experiences, and the spectrum of their racial identity.
Demographer Conrad Hackett explains how he and his team put together our major new report and why it differs from past efforts to predict religious change.
We sat down with researcher Peter Henne to learn more about the complex process of measuring global religious restrictions.
The goal of the political typology is to sort people into homogeneous groups, based on their political values and attitudes. It’s an effort to categorize people politically to help us better understand the complexities of the current political landscape.