Dec. 17, 2012

Pew Research Year in Review

Take a look at Pew Research Center’s top findings of the year that told us a bigger story about the trends shaping our world.

Nov. 7, 2012

A Comparison of Results from Surveys by the Pew Research Center and Google Consumer Surveys

As internet use grows– whether through a traditional computer, tablet, gaming device or cell phone – new techniques are being developed to conduct social research and measure people’s behavior and opinion while they are online. The Pew Research Center has been exploring these new techniques for measuring public opinion and critically evaluating how they compare […]

Oct. 24, 2012

Examining the Last Four Years

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Sep. 11, 2012

Record Partisan Gap in Views of Economic News

With the election less than two months away, partisan differences in views of economic news have become wider than ever. Despite this month’s lackluster jobs report, there has been a modest decline in the percentage of Americans saying news about the economy is mostly bad – with virtually all of the change coming among […]

Sep. 6, 2012

PBS NewsHour Video: Rep. Dennis
Kucinich Takes the Political Party Quiz

  At the Democratic National Convention, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) took our political news quiz to see where he stands on the political spectrum. Pew Research Center and PBS NewsHour partnered to launch the political party quiz, based on the Pew Research Center’s national survey. Take the quiz to see where you fit on the […]

Aug. 24, 2012

Political Party Quiz: How We Placed You

The Political Party scale was determined by selecting a set of questions from the Pew Research Center’s 2012 American political values survey representing a range of political values that are each consistently associated with party identification.

Jun. 4, 2012

Partisan Polarization Surges in Bush, Obama Years

As Americans head to the polls this November, their values and basic beliefs are more polarized along partisan lines than at any point in the past 25 years. Unlike in 1987, when this series of surveys began, the values gap between Republicans and Democrats is now greater than gender, age, race or class divides. […]