Trends that are revolutionizing how people consume information and reshaping the public’s expectations about information access and immersion.
What if all the knowledge and insights shared at a White House event on HIV/AIDS could be shared across all the social networks that people have access to?
Lee Rainie discusses research findings about the information needs of communities
People who believe their local government does a good job sharing information are more likely than others to feel satisfied with civic life.
Many people - especially those living with chronic or rare diseases - use online connections to supplement professional medical advice.
Senior research specilist Aaron Smith spoke about the latest Pew Internet research about public attitudes toward engaging with the government online. (Updated with slides)
Food safety, drug safety, and pregnancy information are among eight new topics included in our survey, which finds that 80% of internet users gather health information online.
42% of all Americans turn to the popular collaborative encyclopedia for information online
An overview of Pew Internet's latest findings about technology adoption, with an emphasis on mobile use, social networks, and gaming.
A summary of recent research related to cancer and the internet.