Two-thirds of publics across 16 countries surveyed say they like American music, movies and television, an increase of six percentage points since 2007.
Pew Internet asked two questions about "self-tracking" in 2010 - how should we expand this area of our research?
Stephen Wolfram predicts that we will all self-track some day, but a Pew Internet survey suggests we have a long way to go. Just 1 in 4 internet users track health data online.
Director Lee Rainie presented data on technology's place in our lives according to numbers at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in Redwood City, CA.
Young adults hit hard by the recession. A plurality of the public believes young adults, rather than middle-aged or older adults, are having the toughest time in today’s economy.
85% of the adults who use social media report that people are usually kind on the sites. At the same time, 49% have witnessed mean and offensive behavior and they usually respond by ignoring it.
The effect of Facebook "power users" on everybody else
Director Lee Rainie spoke about how the technology revolution has changed the way people interact and create communities.
How people's trust, personal relationships, and civic and political involvement are connected to their use of social network sites and other technologies.
Susannah Fox presented the Project's latest findings on how mobile access is affecting health and health care.