Pew Research CenterJanuary 7, 2010

Millennials’ Judgments About Recent Trends Not So Different

Pew Research CenterJuly 3, 1999

Life At The End Of The Century

Crediting economic prosperity, almost two-thirds of Americans say their own lives are better today than those of their family members in the 1950s. Substantial majorities also say that life in the late 1990s is better than that it was in the 1950s for most major groups, including women, seniors, working class people and many minorities. […]

Pew Research CenterJuly 3, 1999

Scientific Inventions And Social Trends

Americans have decidedly different views of the technical and cultural changes of the 20th century. On the whole, technological changes are viewed as advancements for the better, while cultural changes are evolutions of mixed value to society. Inventions involving communications and travel win plaudits from broad cross sections of the public. Younger generations are somewhat […]